TORONTO - The Canadian dollar closed lower Monday as TD Bank lowered its expectations for economic growth and traders weighted the chances of the Bank of Canada cutting rates further.
Canadian businesses are failing to tap into the expertise that resides in the country's massive multicultural population, the head of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says.
Whether or not Alberta sinks into an official recession this year, it's certainly going to feel that way, a new forecast from Toronto-Dominion Bank suggests.
Akio Kon/BloombergKnown for selling high-quality basics in cashmere and denim at affordable prices, Uniqlo said Monday that it will open a 24,000 square foot store in the city's Yorkdale Shopping Centre and a 28,000 square foot location at the Toronto ...
Russia's foreign-currency credit rating was cut to junk by Standard & Poor's, putting it below investment grade for the first time in a decade, as policy makers struggle to boost growth amid international sanctions and a drop in oil prices.