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Canadian stocks fell Tuesday, erasing gains from the previous session due to weakness among resource stocks. Bay Street expressed some anxiety that the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates tomorrow and signal further rate hikes are imminent. The TSX Composite Index was down 72.93 points to...

The Canadian stock market is under pressure in early trade Tuesday. Gold and energy stocks are turning in a weak performance this morning, as commodity prices weaken. Meanwhile, gains among healthcare and information technology names are helping to limit the losses on Bay Street. The majority of the...

Google-underseaCable-011618.jpg Google plans to commission three underwater cables in 2019 as part of efforts to expand its cloud business amid stiff competition from rivals Microsoft and Amazon. The three fiber-optic subsea cables will run across different routes. Google noted that it has spent $30 billion to improve its infrastructure over three years.

Canadian stocks are set to rise Tuesday morning, following U.S. equities into record -high territory. Mining and weed stocks have been on fire of late, while energy shares have been bolstered by crude oil prices at 4-year highs. The TSX Composite Index has consolidated aboe 16,000, while in the...

Automotive supplier Magna International Inc. (MG.TO, MGA) provided its financial outlook for fiscal 2018 and 2020. The company noted that its outlook reflects the new reporting segments that it recently announced as part of a realignment of its management structure along product lines. Magna said...

The euro came under pressure against its major opponents in early European deals on Tuesday, after a report showed that Berlin's SPD section has voted against the proposal for formal coalition talks to form a grand coalition with Angela Merkel's conservative party. German news website Spiegel reported...

BP plc (BP.L, BP_UN.TO, BP) announced the Court Supervised Settlement Program established as part of the Deepwater Horizon class action settlement is winding down. The Group now expects to take a post-tax non-operating charge of around $1.7 billion in its fourth quarter 2017 results for the remaining...

The Japanese yen declined against its major rivals in the Asian session on Tuesday, after Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso warned about excessively rapid moves in the currency market. Speaking after a cabinet meeting, Aso said that huge moves in the exchange rates are a problem, although he didn't...

Blackberry-jarvis-011618.jpg BlackBerry Ltd. has introduced a new a cloud-based cybersecurity program that will scan automakers' software for threats amid increased concerns about hacking in Internet-connected cars. BlackBerry Jarvis, the transformational software cybersecurity product, helps carmakers detect security flaws in software before it goes into their vehicles.

spectrumofNAFLD-011618.jpg Although there are a number of investigational NASH therapies in various stages of development, there is no approved drug yet for this silent killer. However, the fact that the race to develop an effective drug against NASH has reached the home stretch is welcome news for patients. The very earliest NASH drug could hit the market is 2021, assuming all goes well as planned.

Canadian National Railway Co (CNR.TO, CNI) and the Canadian National Railway Police Association (CNRPA) announced today that the parties have reached a tentative agreement for a new contract. Details of the agreement, which covers CN police officers across Canada, are being withheld pending ratification,...

BlackBerry Limited (BB, BB.TO) Executive Chairman and CEO, John Chen, unveiled BlackBerry Jarvis, a transformational software cybersecurity product. BlackBerry is initially marketing this solution to automakers, whose complex software supply chains create compelling and urgent use cases that Jarvis can...

Canadian stocks rose Monday, with gains most prominent in the gold and marijuana sectors. The TSX Composite Index rose 64 points to 16,372, staying near recent record highs. That's despite speculation the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates mid-week. BlackBerry (BB.TO) debuted its Jarvis...

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start to the new trading week and has continued to rise in early trade. The majority of the Canadian sectors are trading in the green, with healthcare and gold stocks leading the way higher. However, trading activity remains rather subdued due to the...

Following the release of Canada existing home sales for December at 9:00 am ET Monday, the loonie changed little against its major rivals. The loonie was trading at 1.2422 against the greenback, 89.01 against the yen, 0.9888 against the aussie and 1.5257 against the euro around 9:02 am ET.

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