TORONTO -- The rise in online shopping may have raised concerns for retail property owners, but the chief executive at First Capital Realty says he doesn't foresee the day brick-and-mortar shops vanish from cities.
OTTAWA - Canadian oilsands exporters narrowly survived a vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday that could have once again penalized Alberta bitumen as dirty oil.
Stocks rose around the world, with Standard & Poor's 500 Index futures signaling gains after the gauge's biggest jump in more than a year, and European bonds rallied after the Federal Reserve pledged patience on interest-rate increases.
SINGAPORE�Crude-oil prices fluctuated in Asia but held on to most overnight gains on Thursday after some buying interest appeared to stem the recent selloff in oil markets.
German business confidence rose for a second month in a sign that Europe's largest economy is overcoming the weakness it hit earlier in the year.