TORONTO, March 4 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell in volatile trading on Wednesday as shares of banks declined after recent quarterly earnings reports and energy shares slipped after the price of crude oil dropped.
The Bank of Canada says it's already seeing light at the end of the oil-shock tunnel. It's an encouraging if somewhat surprising assessment that, if accurate, suggests that the central bank's urgency in making a surprise rate cut in January was very well placed ...
Canadians are taking on more and more debt, despite an uncertain economy, a report from credit monitoring firm Equifax says. The company says total consumer debt including mortgages rose to $1.529 trillion at the end of 2014.
Fewer Manitoba/Saskatchewan residents contributed to their RRSPs this year, but the average amount contributed was higher, according to a new Bank of Montreal survey.
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former top foreign policy adviser has published a scathing critique of the Conservative government's handling of relations with China.