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After opening on a positive note, the Canadian stock market pared gains and slipped into negative territory Monday morning, weighed down by losses in healthcare and financial shares.

Firm commodity prices and a positive trend in European markets point to a higher start for Canadian shares Monday morning.

The Australian and NZ dollars moved up against their most major counterparts in the Asian session on Monday, as calm returned to markets, with investors assessing that Friday's sell-off following Omicron's discovery had gone too far. Some of the concerns over the omicron COVID-19 strain eased after...

biomarin nov29 Just when everyone thought that the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic may be behind us, the emergence of Omicron, a new coronavirus variant, is causing global concern. Detected first in South Africa on November 24, 2021, Omicron cases have now been reported in at least 15 countries.

Responding to the Canada Energy Regulator's (CER) November 26, 2021 decision to deny the implementation of contracting for firm service on the Enbridge Canadian Mainline system, Enbridge Inc. (ENB, ENB.TO) said that it will re-engage with stakeholders to receive input on key objectives and variables...

The Canadian stock market ended sharply lower on Friday on widespread selling following reports a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa.

The Canadian stock market is down sharply around noon on Friday due to heavy selling across the board following reports a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa.

Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (CP) and Kansas City Southern (KSU), on Friday, announced that they have received the regulatory pre-transaction control approvals from the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission or COFECE and the Mexican Federal Telecommunications Institute or IFT for the previously...

Canadian shares are likely to open on a negative note on Friday, tracking weakness in global markets amid rising concerns about coronavirus infections.

stockmarkets jan02 26nov21 The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Friday's pre-market trading (as of 07.00 A.M. ET).

Alfa Laval, a Swedish producer of specialized products and solutions for heavy industry, Friday said it has won an order to supply decanters to a wastewater treatment plant in a major city in Canada. The decanters will treat municipal wastewater sludge, ensuring it is suitable for further processing....

The Australian and NZ dollars weakened against their major counterparts in the Asian session on Friday, while the Japanese yen jumped, as Asian shares fell on fears over the global spread of new COVID-19 variant that was first identified in South Africa and its impact on the global economy. Hong Kong...

The Canadian stock market ended higher on Thursday, gaining for a third straight session, thanks to gains in information technology and healthcare sections.

The Canadian market remains fairly well placed in positive territory in late morning trade on Thursday after opening modestly higher.

The euro was higher against its most major counterparts in the European session on Thursday, as the European Central Bank's minutes from the latest meeting showed that the Governing Council is prepared to make a decision at the December meeting regarding an end to net purchases under the pandemic emergency...

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