TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by a retreat in energy and other resource stocks as well as slips in the two main railway companies as oil and copper prices retreated and Chinese data disappointed.
It's not the Bank of Canada's job to fix bad decisions consumers make with regards to debt loads in the current low rate environment, Stephen Poloz says.
The court decision is the latest in a highly controversial battle between government, industry and workers. PHOTO U.S. Steel. TORONTO—The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has approved U.S.
The Port of Hamilton's plan to move away from a steel-dominated waterway is shifting into high gear as a new agricultural terminal was announced Tuesday.
CHICAGO Oct 13 No. 3 U.S. railroad CSX Corp on Tuesday reported a slightly lower quarterly net profit as revenues were driven down primarily by slumping coal volumes, but its earnings beat expectations thanks in part to cost-reduction initiatives.