U.S. and Canadian stock markets at midday were holding onto most of their gains from this morning, when they jolted higher in reaction to unexpected news that the Bank of Japan is aggressively boosting stimulus measures.
As part of a �streamlining� of its capital markets business, the Bank of Nova Scotia has cut 28 positions from its operations in Toronto, New York and London.
Friday 17.30 GMT. US stocks were trading at record highs, the dollar at a four-year peak and gold at a four-year low after the Bank of Japan delivered a final twist in what had already been an extraordinary month for the markets.
Former Bay Street lawyer Mitchell Finkelstein told an Ontario Securities Commission panel on Friday that he never gave a long-time friend confidential information on impending corporate deals to use for insider trading.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian banks and credit card companies have reached a deal with the federal government to cut fees charged to retailers for credit transactions and are likely to announce the agreement next week, according to a source familiar with ...