Markets that are getting accustomed to errors by exchanges and trading computers had to contend with mistakes in an economic indicator today.
Canadian stocks rose for a fifth day as losses among telecommunications companies were overshadowed by gains in mining and industrial companies.
Canadian stocks fell for the first time in four days, as unrest in Egypt and a political crisis in Portugal roiled global markets.
Ithaca Energy Inc.’s shareholders are poised to secure a 70 percent windfall by enticing companies from Korea National Oil Corp. to EnQuest Plc with the promise of the cheapest oil in the North Sea.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rose as optimism that the Federal Reserve will continue to support the U.S. economy overshadowed a drop in Internet stocks led by Yahoo! Inc. and Groupon Inc.
Rona Inc. will decide this year whether to sell big-box stores outside Quebec as Canada’s largest home-improvement retailer revamps after rejecting a takeover bid from Lowe’s Cos.
Canadian stocks rallied, rebounding from last week’s slide, as U.S. home sales increased and investors speculated China and Europe will stimulate economic growth.
"While it looks like you're trying to catch a falling knife, the value is out there."
- Irwin Michael on Oct 14, 2014