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General Motors (GM) announced on Wednesday that it has been approved to voluntarily delist from the Toronto Stock Exchange. The auto giant reassured its shareholders that the TSX delisting will not impact its current listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

The Canadian stock market is trading modestly to the upside Wednesday morning, following Tuesday's small loss. Traders remain in a cautious mood due to lingering tensions between North Korea and the United States. Investors are also looking forward to the release of the minutes from the most recent FOMC...

Canadian stocks were set for a lackluster open Wednesday morning amid U.S. domestic turmoil and lingering tensions between North Korea and the West. President Donald Trump is facing criticism for his equivocating neo-Nazis with counter-protesters in the aftermath of last weekend's violence in Virginia. The...

The U.S. dollar climbed against its most major opponents in the European session on Wednesday, as investors look forward to the minutes from the Fed's latest meeting for clues about the commencement of balance sheet normalization and prospects of another interest rate hike this year. The minutes,...

The euro declined against its major opponents in the European session on Wednesday, after a media report showed that the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is unlikely to hint at any shift in its monetary policy stance at the Jackson Hole symposium, due next week. The ECB chief would not...

The Canadian dollar climbed against its most major opponents in early European deals on Wednesday, as oil prices advanced after an industry data showed larger than expected draw in oil inventories last week. Data from the American Petroleum Institute showed that U.S. crude inventories fell by 9.2...

The Canadian dollar gained ground against its most major opponents in early European deals on Wednesday. The loonie that closed yesterday's trading at 86.75 versus the yen climbed to a weekly high of 87.08. The loonie hit a 6-day high of 1.4888 against the euro, off its early low of 1.4986. The...

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The Australian dollar strengthened against other major currencies in the Asian session on Wednesday. The Australian dollar rose to 6-day highs of 86.82 against the yen and 1.0839 against the NZ dollar, from yesterday's closing quotes of 86.54 and 1.0806, respectively. Against the euro, the U.S....

Aug15-081517.jpg The following are some of the biotech stocks that made their way onto the Day's Gainers & Losers' list of August 15, 2017.

Canadian stocks inched lower in quiet dealing Tuesday, as energy shares continued to slump along with oil prices. Markets remain jittery due to concerns about U.S. conflict domestic and international. President Donald Trump is under fire for his seemingly late response to white nationalist violence...

USDJPY-081517.jpg The U.S. retail sales grew more than forecast in July, helping underpin the U.S. dollar in the European session on Tuesday and strengthened expectations for a third rate rise this year. Data from the Commerce Department showed that U.S. retail sales grew more than anticipated in the month of July,...

Early signals are mixed for Canadian stocks Tuesday morning, with markets in a better mood this week as North Korea pulled back its threat to attack territories in the Pacific. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un opted not to give the order to launch missiles, but instead "would watch a little more the...

The U.S. dollar gained ground against its major opponents in the Asian session on Tuesday, after the New York Fed President William Dudley backed another rate hike this year citing easing financial conditions and quite low level of interest rates. In an interview with the Associated Press on Monday,...

Antipodean currencies such as the Australian and the New Zealand dollars strengthened against their major counterparts in the Asian session on Tuesday, as Asian stock markets traded higher, extending gains from the previous session, as fading concerns about tensions between the U.S. and North Korea boosted...

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