The energy world was buzzing Monday as Goldman Sachs downgraded its oil price forecast for 2015. The investment firm said it now expects West Texas Intermediate will fall to $75 US per barrel, with Brent dropping to $85 US/bbl.
Canadian stocks rose, rebounding from the biggest drop in three weeks, as materials producers rallied after gold and silver miners surged.
Lawyers have brokered a tentative deal to settle part of a class-action lawsuit filed over an E. coli outbreak that prompted the largest beef recall in Canadian history.
The public debt bubble will collapse. Chinese capital spending is not sustainable. According to the OECD, Japan's �official� debt to GDP ratio is projected to be 232% in 2015, followed by Greece (188%), Italy (147%), Portugal (142%), Ireland (132%), France ...
When La Maison Simons, the venerable Quebec-based department-store chain, opened its outpost in West Edmonton Mall two years ago, it was the company's first store outside its home province.