Three commodities stories to watch out for in 2022
Three commodities stories to watch for during 2022: Fake meat investing. carbon credits and the pressure to fight against pollution.
This past year wasn’t great for plant-based protein stocks as the industry’s sales growth came up short of analyst expectations. And more letdowns loom in 2022.
Swedish oat milk seller Oatly Group AB saw its shares slide to around US$8 apiece from a June high of almost US$30.
Celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Jay-Z have been associated with the fake dairy upstart but heavy marketing has led to growing losses.
A recent Statistics Canada survey, conducted between Oct. 21 and Dec. 4, 2022, found that more than one-third of Canadians were finding it difficult for their household to meet its financial needs within the previous 12 months.
Oil steadied after its biggest rally of the year as a disagreement between Iraq and its Kurdish region curtailed exports, while fears over a fallout from the banking crisis receded.
Home prices have fallen below the national average in 14-out-of-20 regional housing markets, according to a report by Zoocasa. Here are the most affordable housing markets in Canada right now.
Magnet Forensics Inc. says a court has granted it a final order allowing Thoma Bravo's $1.8-billion takeover of the cybersecurity company to move forward.
Last month, Chelsea Hunt and her husband concluded that the cost of living had skyrocketed to a point where they could no longer afford to stay in their apartment and needed to move.
A new report says home construction in British Columbia will need to rise to unprecedented levels to offset the impact of record immigration on the housing market.
Oil extended its biggest rally of the year as a clash between Iraq and its Kurdish region curtailed exports, while fears over a fallout from the banking crisis receded.
Walmart Canada is not trying to profit from food inflation, president and CEO Gonzalo Gebara told a parliamentary committee studying the issue Monday evening.
Oil surged to the highest in about two weeks as supply disruptions in Turkey added to broader market optimism that a wider banking contagion may be avoided.
A regulatory filing shows the Canadian branch of Silicon Valley Bank is not part of First Citizens' purchase of most of the failed U.S. bank.
It’s increasingly clear we are heading for a harder landing. But until the labour market breaks, inflation pressures (read wages) are likely to keep upward pressure on core services.