TORONTO (Reuters) - Gains among banking and telecom stocks helped lift Canada's main stock index on Thursday, while a modest bump in the price of crude oil was not enough to lure investors back into the country's struggling energy sector.
NEW YORK Stocks edged higher on Wall Street in another volatile session on Thursday while the euro fell 1 percent on a darkening euro zone outlook as investors grew cautious ahead of the closely watched U.S.
OTTAWA - Growth in Canadian exports helped shrink the country's trade deficit in July, boosting the case that the economy is on track for growth in the second half of the year.
Canada gets slightly higher marks in the latest report card on global innovation, but it remains a laggard in certain key measures and is no candidate for any gold stars.
The CIBC survey has found that two-thirds of Canadian parents polled say they're feeling the financial impact of supporting their adult children.