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Staples Canada that provides working and learning solutions to businesses, and telecom major Bell, a unit of BCE Inc. (BCE) on Tuesday announced a multi-year exclusive agreement to sell Bell, Virgin Plus and Lucky Mobile wireless and wireline services through Staples stores across Canada for consumers and small businesses.

Imperial Oil Ltd. (IMO, IMO.TO) reported on Tuesday that fourth-quarter net income soared to C$1.73 billion or C$2.86 per share from C$813 million or C$1.18 per share in the prior-year quarter. Total revenues and other income for the quarter increased to C$14.45 billion from C$12.31 billion in the...

Canadian shares are likely to open on a negative note Tuesday morning, tracking lower commodity prices and weak European stocks.

The Australian dollar fell against its major counterparts on Tuesday, as investors became cautious ahead of key central bank meetings, including the Federal Reserve. The Fed begins its two-day meeting today and will announce the policy decision on Wednesday. Economists expect that the central bank...

The Canadian market ended notably lower on Monday, weighed down by losses in healthcare, energy and technology sectors.

Despite coming off early lows, European stocks closed broadly lower on Monday with investors focusing on corporate earnings updates and looking ahead to the upcoming policy meetings of central banks.

Despite coming off early lows, the Canadian market is languishing in negative territory around noon on Monday with investors largely refraining from making significant moves.

The Australian dollar moved down against its major counterparts in the European session on Monday, as investors became cautious ahead of interest rate decisions from major central banks due this week. The Fed holds its policy meeting this week and markets expect a 25 basis point increase in interest...

Sluggish commodity prices and subdued European stocks point to a slightly negative start for the Canadian market on Monday.

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The Canadian dollar declined against its most major counterparts on Monday, as oil prices fell ahead of a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies to review current price policy. Crude for March delivery fell $0.82 to 78.87 per barrel. Investors await the OPEC...

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The Canadian stock market ended marginally up on Friday thanks to strong gains in technology and energy sectors.

The Canadian market is down marginally around noon on Friday, weighed down by losses in materials stocks. Financials stocks started off on a weak note, but have regained some lost ground.

Canadian shares are likely to see a mixed start Friday morning, tracking subdued European stocks and mixed commodity prices.

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