By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index extended its recent steep slide on Wednesday on weakness in the financial and energy sectors as concerns about the rise of the U.S.
While the Canadian dollar has sagged more than 5 per cent so far this year, the yen, euro, Aussie and New Zealand dollars, Swiss franc and Brazil real are down more against the U.S.
TransCanada holds a 28 percent interest in TC PipeLines LP, which owns U.S. natural gas pipelines and related assets. TransCanada (TSE:TRP), the country's second-biggest pipeline operator, said it has signed a deal to sell its remaining 30 percent stake ...
Tangerine, Canada's largest online-only bank, is bringing fingerprint recognition and voice banking to its mobile banking apps.
The Asian owners of an Alberta coal miner is selling the company for two U.S. dollars, after paying $1-billion for the asset at the height of the commodity boom.