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Capital Power Corp. (CPX.TO) reported a net loss attributable to shareholders for the third quarter of C$45 million or C$0.62 per share, compared to net income attributable to shareholders of C$44 million or C$0.55 per share for the year-ago quarter. Normalized earnings attributable to common shareholders...

Canadian stocks ended higher for a second straight session on Friday, after some strong rally by Agrium offset sharp declines in the energy and mining sector, with some fairly stable new home sales data from the U.S. The uptick was, however, limited on declining crude oil prices and worries over the...

Canadian stocks are edging higher Friday later morning, as lower crude oil prices and worries over the health of eurozone banking industry are weighing on the market. However, an encouraging report on U.S. new home sales is aiding sentiment. Investors are looking ahead to the U.S. Federal Reserve's...

The U.S. dollar fell against its major opponents in European deals on Friday, as news of Ebola infection to a doctor in New York caused fears about the widespread outbreak of the disease. The doctor, who had been in West Africa for treating Ebola patient, returned recently. The U.S. new home sales...

Canadian stocks are likely to open slightly lower Friday, giving back some of Thursday's gains, amid a lack of positive triggers. Worries over the health of eurozone banking industry and news about a New York doctor testing positive for Ebola could weigh on the market a bit. Energy stocks, which...

The euro slipped against most major currencies in European deals on Friday, as fears of Ebola hit European markets after a doctor in New York tested positive for the disease. The doctor was in Africa to treat Ebola patients and had returned recently. He is the first Ebola case diagnosed in New York,...

The euro declined against the Canadian dollar in early European deals on Friday. The euro that closed yesterday's trading at 1.4199 against the loonie dropped to a 2-day low of 1.4172. If the euro-loonie pair extends slide, 1.41 is seen as its next support level.

Critical Outcome Technologies Inc. (COT.V) said it awarded 1,801,099 stock options to directors, officers, and employees on October 22 under the Company's Stock Option Plan. The firm is a biopharmaceutical company that uses machine learning to rapidly develop targeted therapies, The options awarded...

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has offered condolences to the people of Canada as well as the family and friends of two soldiers who were killed in two separate attacks on members of the Canadian Armed Forces this week, and reassured its neighbor of continued US support. On Wednesday, a gunman opened...

Canadian stocks rebounded strongly to end higher on Thursday, with some upbeat Canadian earnings reports and a slightly better than expected U.S. jobless claims data lifting sentiment. A strong reading of U.S. economic indicators and some fairly encouraging economic data from China and the eurozone also...

The European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have denounced the shooting attack that took place in the Canadian capital city of Ottawa on Wednesday and expressed their condolences to the family of the Canadian soldier killed in the attack. Wednesday's incidents in Ottawa unfolded...

Canadian stocks are surging higher Thursday morning, coming back strongly after yesterday's sharp setback, with some upbeat Canadian earnings reports and a slightly better than U.S. jobless claims data lifting sentiment. A strong reading of U.S. economic indicators and some fairly encouraging economic...

Obama-102314.jpg Following news of a shooting at the Canadian Parliament complex in Ottawa, President Barack Obama called Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Wednesday to express the American people's solidarity with their neighbors to the north.

Shaw-102314.jpg Canadian cable and media company Shaw Communications, Inc. reported Thursday a profit for the fourth quarter that surged 64 percent from last year, reflecting improved operating margins and revenue growth.

Canadian stocks are likely to open higher Thursday, bouncing back after yesterday's sharp setback, after slightly better than expected U.S. jobless claims report and some upbeat Canadian earnings. Fairly encouraging economic data from China and the eurozone are also likely to aid sentiment. Expectations...