TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index notched its fourth straight day of gains on Friday, with the heavily weighted financials and materials sectors leading the way as investors sought value after a bleak couple of months.
A mine worker was injured after an explosion Sunday morning at Sudbury's First Nickel Inc., president and CEO Thomas Boehlert reports.
Commodity currencies were once more under pressure on Monday, with sentiment for raw materials soured by renewed selling of Chinese equities against the backdrop of weaker economic data.
A Canadian Coast Guard member walks across the wharf after the successful operation to raise the Farley Mowat from the bottom of Shelburne Harbour.
VANCOUVER - HSBC's Canadian subsidiary says its second-quarter profit was down 6.2 per cent from the same period of 2014 to C$227 million.