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Canadian stocks ended higher Tuesday, on some upbeat economic data from the U.S. with its gross domestic product increasing more than previously estimated in the third quarter. Nevertheless, the gains were limited as crude oil prices plummeted to drive energy stocks down, with U.S. consumer confidence...

Members of the European Parliament voted on Tuesday to refer the EU-Canada agreement on the transfer of Passenger Name Records (PNR) to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for an opinion on whether it is in line with the EU treaties and Charter of Fundamental Rights. Incidentally, this is the first...

Tecsys Inc (TCS.TO), a provider of supply chain management software, Tuesday reported second-quarter net earnings of C$0.4 million or C$0.04 per share compared with C$0.6 million or C$0.05 per share last year. Revenues for the quarter were C$13.5 million compared with C$11.6 million in the prior year. Analysts...

Mining stocks led the Canadian market higher in early deals Tuesday day, as metal prices were lifted by upbeat economic news from Germany. Recent data has offered a glimmer of hope that the European economy is on the mend following a protracted dry spell. Revised estimates released by the German...

Canada-based convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (ANCUF.PK, ATD_A.TO, ATD_B.TO) on Tuesday reported a 25 percent increase in profit for the second quarter from last year, as a slight decline in sales was offset by higher same-store merchandise revenues and road transportation fuel...

OECD-112514.jpg A prolonged stagnation in the euro area could hurt global growth and stronger policy responses are needed to avoid such risks, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said Tuesday. In its latest Economic Outlook, the Paris-based think tank said any prolonged stagnation in the euro area could drag down global growth.

Canada's retail sales for September have been released at 8:30 am ET Tuesday. The loonie traded mixed against its major counterparts after the data. While the loonie declined against the greenback, it extended its early rise against the rest of major counterparts. The loonie was quoted at 1.4004...

Canada's retail sales for September are due at 8:30 am ET Tuesday. Before the data, the loonie strengthened against its major counterparts. The loonie was trading at 1.4000 against the euro, 0.9616 versus the aussie, 104.71 against the yen and 1.1269 against the greenback at 8:25 am ET.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (VRX, VRX.TO) Tuesday said it has it has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for ONEXTON Gel (clindamycin phosphate and benzoyl peroxide), 1.2%/3.75%, for the once-daily treatment of comedonal (non-inflammatory) and inflammatory acne in patients...

Gold prices were basically flat Tuesday morning ahead of U.S. housing data and after some fairly upbeat economic news out of Europe. Revised estimates released by the German Federal Statistical Office showed that the German economy expanded 0.1 percent sequentially in the third quarter, confirming...

The Australian dollar extended its early decline in European deals on Tuesday, after the Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Philip Lowe warned that the domestic currency still remains elevated and a lower exchange rate would be helpful from an overall macroeconomic perspective. "If the exchange...

The Australian and New Zealand dollars continued downward trading against their major rivals in early European deals on Tuesday. The aussie declined to a 10-month low of 0.9646 versus the loonie and a 5-day low of 1.4573 against the euro. The next key downside target for the aussie may be found around...

Goldcorp Inc. (G.TO, GG) late Monday announced that its Porcupine Gold Mines has signed a Resource Development Agreement with four First Nation communities including Mattagami First Nation, Wahgoshig First Nation, Matachewan First Nation and Flying Post First Nation. The agreement establishes a framework...

The Japanese yen strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday, adding to its early Asian session gains, after a speech by Bank of Japan's Governor Haruhiko Kuroda suggested that the economy is on track to achieve the central bank's 2 percent inflation target. Speaking...

The Australia and NZ dollar weakened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday, as trader enthusiasm over China's interest rate cut fades. China's central bank on Friday unexpectedly cut its key interest rates for the first time in more than two years in a bid to boost sagging...