NEW YORK -- Stocks in the U.S. slipped in midday trading Monday, while markets in Europe and Asia sank following a Greek vote that overwhelmingly rejected terms of the country's latest bailout package.
The Bank of Canada says business sentiment in this country is generally starting to improve thanks to a strengthening U.S. economy, but low oil prices are still drawing blood in energy-related sectors, leaving the door open for another rate cut.
TORONTO - The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has ruled that domestic manufacturers of solar-electric modules are facing a significant threat from low-price imports from China.
Manulife Bank of Canada has announced it will expand its current fleet of bank machines by 830, installing the new ABMs in Mac's, Couche-Tard and Circle K convenience stores across the country by the end of September.
The price of oil plunged by more than $2 US a barrel Monday following the strong "no" Greek voters delivered in Sunday's bailout referendum.