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The Canadian stock market opened slightly higher Monday morning, but has since remained stuck in a narrow range. The TSX continue to inch closer to its all-time high. Investors remain optimistic about the prospects for U.S. tax reform, while Canadian wholesale sales for August have added to the positive...

Canadian stocks were poised to take another run at record highs Monday, supported by upbeat economic data and optimism over U.S. tax reform. Wholesale sales rose 0.5% to $62.8 billion in August, led by the personal and household goods and motor vehicle and parts subsectors. Hudson's Bay Company...

Following the release of Canada wholesale sales for August at 8:30 am ET Monday,the loonie changed little against its major rivals. The loonie was trading at 90.00 against the yen, 1.2644 against the greenback, 1.4842 against the euro and 0.9879 against the aussie around 8:33 am ET.

At 8:30 am ET Monday, Statistics Canada will release Canada wholesale sales for August. The index is expected to rise 1.1 percent on month. Ahead of the data, the loonie traded mixed against its major rivals. While the loonie rose against the euro, it dropped against the rest of major counterparts. The...

The Canadian dollar advanced against its most major counterparts in the European session on Monday, as oil prices rose following a data showing a fall in U.S. oil drilling activity last week as well as on possible supply disruptions from northern Iraq. Crude for December delivery rose $0.10 to $51.94...

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The euro slipped against its major counterparts in early European deals on Monday, as worries over Catalonia continued after the region's leaders refused to back off from their demand for independence from Spain, ignoring steps to impose direct rule by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. Catalan authorities...

The euro weakened against its key counterparts in early European deals on Monday. The euro dropped to 5-day lows of 1.1751 against the greenback and 0.8903 versus the pound, off its early highs of 1.1777 and 0.8928, respectively. The euro fell to 1.1571 against the franc, 133.70 against the Japanese...

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Candian stocks continued to rise Friday, finishing the week at their highest in eight months amid optimism over U.S. tax reform plans. Mixed Canadian economic data was a bit of a killjoy, however, as data showed the nation's retail sales fell unexpectedly and consumer price inflation rose less than...

sunwingair-102017.jpg A passenger has filed a lawsuit against Canadian budget airline Sunwing Airlines for serving him cheap sparkling wine instead of champagne on board a flight, according to media reports. The Canadian passenger, Daniel MacDuff, reportedly boarded his Sunwing flight to Cuba in February, on a flight package that advertised a complimentary on-board champagne toast.

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start Friday, but has since eased back slightly from its early highs. The majority of the Canadian sectors are trading in the green this morning, with strength among healthcare, information technology and industrial stocks. The relatively lackluster...

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The Canadian dollar dropped against its key counterparts in the European session on Friday, after data showed that the nation's retail sales fell unexpectedly and consumer price inflation rose less than expected in September. Data from Statistics Canada showed that the inflation slowed to 0.2 percent...

Following the release of Canada inflation for September and retail sales for August at 8:30 am ET Friday, the loonie slipped against its major rivals. The loonie was trading at 1.4824 against the euro, 90.19 against the yen, 1.2549 against the greenback and 0.9849 against the aussie around 8:32 am ET.

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