By Marc Jones. LONDON (Reuters) - World shares dipped on Friday having clawed their way back towards all-time highs after a week of largely reassuring economic signals but rising political tensions.
The shakeup at Bombardier Inc.'s aerospace division appears to be a step in the right direction, but it also raises concerns that there's more bad news is to come, some analysts say.
Canada's Candu Energy, a supplier of nuclear energy equipment, has announced the signing of an agreement with China Nuclear Power Engineering Company (CNPEC), for the construction of two nuclear reactors in Cernavoda.
Opponents to the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project in Labrador claim the dam is being built in a danger zone, citing recent landslides along the Churchill River just a few kilometres from the construction site.
Scotiabank has reached an agreement to settle a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of tellers and other employees over unpaid overtime.