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Canadian stocks ended a topsy turvy week little changed Friday, as another strong showing among gold stocks offset weaker financials. The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down 10 points, or 0.08 percent, to 12,763.99. Miners leveled off after huge gains in the previous session, while energy stocks withstood...

The Canadian stock market got off to a weak start Friday morning, but has recovered some ground in early trade. Employment data from Canada and the U.S. came in weaker than anticipated this morning. Modest gains in energy and financial stocks are providing some relief this morning. However, mining and...

The Canadian dollar showed mixed performance against its major rivals in New York deals on Friday, after the release of dismal domestic jobs data in January. Data from the Statistics Canada showed that the economy shed 5,700 jobs in January, compared to expectations for a creation of 6,000 jobs....

Canadian stocks will look to end a choppy week on a strong note Friday despite downbeat jobs news from both sides of the border. Canada lost 5,700 jobs in January and the economy's unemployment rate inched up to 7.2 percent. Meanwhile, there are signs that the US economy is suffering its third...

Statistics Canada is set to release Canada jobs data for January and trade balance report for December at 8:30 am ET Friday. Ahead of these reports, the loonie traded mixed against its major counterparts. While the loonie held steady against the greenback, it declined against the euro, aussie and the...

The Canadian dollar trimmed its early gains against the other major currencies in Europe on Friday. The loonie pared gains to 0.9879 against the aussie and 84.86 against the yen, from its early highs of 0.9854 and 85.31, respectively. The loonie was trading lower at 1.3753 against the greenback...

The Canadian dollar traded higher against most major opponents in pre-European trading on Friday. The loonie edged up to 1.3715 against the greenback, 1.5346 against the euro and 85.19 against the yen, reversing from its early lows of 1.3761, 1.5422 and 84.85, respectively. The loonie may likely challenge...

paolinis-020516.jpg Canada's Alberta Health Services has confirmed that 14 cases of E. coli O157:H7 have been reported in the Calgary Zone as of February 2, 2016, and investigation into this outbreak is underway.

Pharmadaily-020516.jpg SciClone Pharmaceuticals Inc. (SCLN) has reached a final settlement with the SEC and DOJ in the investigation into the company's possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or FCPA.

The Australian and the New Zealand dollars weakened against their major counterparts in the Asian session on Friday, as regional shares fell reflecting weakness in the financial and oil sectors. Investors are treading cautiously ahead of the release of key U.S. jobs data later in the day. The Australian...

Mining stocks accelerated higher Thursday on rebounding commodities prices, helping Toronto's main index to a second straight winning session. Base metal miners continued to fight back from substantial losses to start the year. The Diversified Metals and Mining Index skyrocketed higher by 13 percent,...

The Canadian stock market is climbing in early trade Thursday, extending its gains from the previous session. A rebound in commodity prices this morning is providing a boost to the market. Mining stocks, which have been under tremendous pressure of late, are positing strong gains today. Gold and energy...

Early signs are mixed for the Canadian market Thursday, with gold stocks expected to rally on surging bullion prices. Gold for April was up $7 to $1148 an ounce, its highest since October. Prices are up about 9 percent in 2016. Powered by energy and mining stocks, the S&P/TSX Composite Index rose...

TPP-020416.jpg Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), one of the biggest multi-national trade deals in history, was signed in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday by all 12 member nations amid loud protests. New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and US Trade Representative Mike Froman led the ceremonial signing at Auckland's Sky City Convention Center, protesters blocked roads outside. The ambitious pact aims to break down

BCE Inc. (BCE.TO, BCE) announced, for 2016, the company expects adjusted EPS in the range of $3.45 - $3.55. Adjusted EBITDA growth is expected to be in the range of 2% - 4%. The company targets revenue growth in the range of 1% - 3%. Glen LeBlanc, CFO of BCE and Bell Canada, said: "Our 2016 financial...

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