A cooling in the bonds market over the past month could deliver savings for Canadians renewing or taking out new fixed-rate mortgages, expert say.
Canada’s First Quantum Minerals Ltd. announced Friday it has requested arbitration proceedings to fight a Panamanian decision to halt a major open-pit copper mine concession in Panama or obtain damages.
The Calgary Real Estate Board says the city saw 1,787 home sales in November, marking an 8.8 per cent increase compared with the same month last year as the ratio of sales to new listings remained high at 80 per cent.
Canada's main stock index gained more than 200 points Friday on broad-based strength led by base metals, industrials and telecom stocks, while U.S. markets also rose.
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Cineplex Inc., Canada’s largest theater chain, is weighing the sale of its digital advertising business, which operates electronic displays at restaurants and shopping malls, according to people familiar with the matter.
Inflation is slowing steadily, but it’s too early to declare victory or to discuss when the Federal Reserve might cut interest rates, Chair Jerome Powell said Friday.
The Canadian banks set aside more money for bad loans than expected this quarter, while also indicating there will be layoffs in the months ahead, but one portfolio manager says this weakness should create a buying opportunity for investors in the future.
National Bank of Canada reported its fourth-quarter profit rose compared with a year ago and raised its dividend.
Three of Canada's biggest lenders posted quarterly earnings on Thursday, and as was the case at Scotiabank earlier in the week, they're all putting a lot more money aside to cover loans that might go bad.
Oil plunged as a highly-anticipated OPEC+ meeting drew to an underwhelming close, with market participants disappointed by smaller-than-expected cuts and hazy details surrounding quota enforcement.
BRP Inc. saw its third-quarter profits tumble by half from a year earlier, triggering a stock price decline as the recreational vehicle maker felt the squeeze of sluggish consumer spending.
Nearly half of Ontarians have shifted their moving plans due to high interest rates, according to the results of a new survey.