The Canadian dollar is sinking ever deeper, hitting its lowest in almost six years, amid the ongoing rout in the oil market and increasingly �dovish� central banks.
After recent announcements that scores of employees would be laid off from Target Canada and Tim Hortons across the country, controversy boiled over how management made their decisions.
Jones New York announced Thursday it will close all 127 retail stores in 2015, including 36 in Canada, adding to a growing list of retailers shuttering operations.
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LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar was on track on Friday for its best run since it was floated in 1971, notching up a seventh straight month of gains, while European shares headed for their best monthly performance in more than three years.