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The Canadian stock market ended modestly lower on Friday after languishing in negative territory right through the day's session as rising uncertainty about Evergrande's ability to pay interest on the dollar-denominated bonds weighed on sentiment.

The Canadian stock market is down in negative territory Friday afternoon after opening modestly lower as weak global cues amid uncertainty about Chinese real estate major Evergrande's ability to pay interest on the dollar denominated bonds weigh on sentiment.

The Japanese yen climbed against its most major counterparts in the European session on Friday, with China's crackdown on cryptocurrency industry and uncertainty about bond payments by China Evergrande Group denting sentiment. Chinese authorities said that all digital currency activities are illegal...

Canadian shares look headed for a weak start Friday morning, tracking lower crude oil prices and on uncertainty about Evergrande's ability to pay the interest due on dollar-denominated bonds.

Transcontinental Inc. (TCL_A.TO, TCL_B.TO) said its President and CEO François Olivier will retire from the company, effective December 9, 2021. Peter Brues, a member of Transcontinental's Board, will succeed him as President and Chief Executive Officer. Peter Brues joined the company on September...

TELUS International (Cda) Inc. (TIXT), a designer, builder, and deliverer of the next-generation digital solutions, on Friday, said its upsized secondary offering of 14.4 million shares has been priced at $34 per share. The offering is expected to close on September 28, the Canadian firm said in a statement....

The U.S. dollar gained ground against its major counterparts in the early European session on Friday, as investors brought forward their forecasts for a Fed rate hike to 2022 after it indicated an upcoming reduction in the bond buying program. Nine of the 18 Federal Open Market Committee members favored...

The Australian dollar retreated from its early highs against its most major counterparts in the Asian session on Friday, amid renewed concerns over financial crisis at China Evergrande Group and its impact on the economy. Evergrande's shares fell after it missed interest payment that was due on Thursday. The...

The Canadian stock market ended on a firm note on Thursday, lifted by gains in energy, healthcare and financial sections.

The Canadian market is up in positive territory Thursday afternoon, supported by strong gains in energy and healthcare sectors.

Shares of clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company Bellus Health Inc. (BLU, BLU.TO) are rising 5 percent on Thursday's trading on news of the company completing patient enrollment for its Phase 2b SOOTHE clinical trial of BLU-5937 in refractory chronic cough and the Phase 2a BLUEPRINT clinical trial...

Carnival Corporation & plc (CCL, CCL.L, CUK) said it expects to return over 50% of total fleet capacity to guest cruise operations by the end of October. Eight of the company's nine cruise line brands will be operating 42 ships, marking the return of over 50% of the company's global fleet capacity. Carnival...

Despite weak commodity prices, the Canadian stock market may open higher Thursday morning, tracking positive global cues.

The U.S. dollar weakened against its major rivals in the European session on Thursday, as markets responded positively to the Fed's announcement that the QE tapering could start soon given progress towards the central bank's goals. In its latest monetary policy decision on Wednesday, the Fed indicated...

The Japanese yen depreciated against its major counterparts in the Asian session on Thursday, as risk sentiment improved on rising crude oil prices and easing concerns about the impact of Chinese real estate major Evergrande's debt woes. Traders digested the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy...

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