LONDON (Reuters) - World shares slipped from record highs on Tuesday as surging Chinese stocks took a breather and investors began to move to the sidelines before the Federal Reserve's policy meeting.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan DenetteBarrick Gold Corporation Chairman John Thornton speaks during company's annual general meeting in Toronto on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said the economic recovery is being supported by his interest-rate cut, a weaker currency and stronger U.S.
GM Canada is hiring an additional 100 software and controls engineers for its Canadian Engineering Centre in Oshawa, Ont., which will have a new focus on the "connected car" and green technologies.
Canada's main stock index fell on Tuesday as investors shied away from making big bets as the U.S. Federal Reserve kicks off its two-day meeting on monetary policy.