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Canadian stocks are moving higher Tuesday morning, extending gains to a fourth successive session, with higher commodity prices and fairly impressive economic data from the U.S. and China aiding sentiment. Expectations that the European Central Bank will announce further stimulus to revive the eurozone...

CanadianPacificRailway-102114.jpg Canada's second-largest railroad operator Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. on Tuesday reported a 23 percent increase in profit for the third quarter from last year, reflecting growth in freight revenue on higher grain and crude oil shipments. However, revenue for the quarter missed analysts' expectations.

The euro came under pressure on Tuesday amid reports that the European Central Bank is considering the purchase of corporate bonds on the secondary market, if it finds that the currency bloc needs more stimulus to shore up growth. The central bank may take a decision regarding the matter as soon as...

Canadian stocks are likely to open higher Tuesday, extending recent gains on positive global cues. A rally in European markets amid expectations that the European Central Bank will announce further stimulus to revive the eurozone economy, is expected to aid sentiment. Speculation that the U.S....

Canada's second-largest railroad operator Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (CP, CP.TO) said its third-quarter net income increased to C$400 million, or C$2.31 per share, from C$324 million, or C$1.84 per share, a year before. On average, 17 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report...

The Canadian dollar strengthened against its major rivals in European deals on Tuesday, amid risk appetite and an increase in oil prices after better-than-expected China GDP data for the third quarter. Crude for December delivery added $0.67 to $82.58 per barrel. Official data showed that China's...

Shares of Northern Petroleum Plc.(NOP.L) climbed around 21 percent in London trading after the oil company said Tuesday that its expected production would provide sufficient monthly operating income to make the company cashflow positive. In its update regarding drilling and production activities in...

Shares of Quindell Plc (QPP.L) increased around 10 percent in London trading after the provider of professional services and digital solutions announced Tuesday that a Major Insurer, top three in Canada, has contracted with Quindell to provide telematics technology solution and associated services, exclusively...

The U.S. dollar fell against its major counterparts on Tuesday, as traders speculate that soft global growth may cause the Federal Reserve to delay the timing of interest rate hike. Although the central bank is expected to wind down its quantitative easing program completely at its October 28-29 meeting,...

The Australia and NZ dollars firmed up further against the other major currencies on Tuesday after data showed that Chinese economic growth data was slightly above expectations. Ahead of the Chinese data, the Australian dollar was up slightly against most major currencies following the release of...

Brookfield Canada Office Properties (BOXC, BOX_UN.TO) Monday reported third-quarter funds from operations of C$38 million or C$0.41 per unit, compared with C$33 million or C$0.36 per unit last year. Excluding items, adjusted FFO for the quarter was C$0.32 per unit, compared with C$0.28 per unit a...

Canadian stocks ended higher for a third straight session on Monday, led mainly by mining stocks with bullion prices forging ahead, although somewhat pegged back a little by the sluggishness in the financial and energy sectors. The uptick was also supported by some upbeat domestic data with wholesale...

Canadian stocks are quite sluggish Monday morning, with investors reluctant to snap up equities amid global economic jitters. The mood is cautious with investors looking ahead to China's industrial production and GDP data, due tomorrow. A disappointing earnings report from U.S. technology major...

The Australian dollar resumed its early advance against some of its major counterparts in New York deals on Monday. The aussie rose to a 5-day high of 1.4518 against the euro and a 4-day high of 0.9912 against the loonie. The aussie reached as high as 0.8797 against the greenback around 10:10 am...

Reversing direction, the Japanese yen rose against its most major counterparts in early New York deals on Monday. The yen was trading at 106.78 against the greenback and 136.29 against the euro, off early 5-day low of 107.38 and a 10-day low of 137.00, respectively. The yen reversed from early...