<p>Canadian dollar retreats from six-week high Before BoC rate decision </p>

Canadian dollar retreats from six-week high Before BoC rate decision

Dec/6 By

The Canadian dollar pulled back from a six-week high against its widely firmer U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, as investors weighed a rally in the nation’s exports before turning attention to

<p>U.S. Mill orders Slide, business spending robust </p>

U.S. Mill orders Slide, business spending robust

Dec/5 By

New orders for U.S.-made products fell less than expected in October and imports of core capital goods were much stronger than previously reported, pointing to continuing strength in production that

Canadian dollar rallies the most in 21 months on jobs surge

Canadian dollar rallies the most in 21 months on jobs surge

Dec/2 By

The Canadian dollar scored its biggest gain in 21 months against its U.S. counterpart on Friday, after stronger-than-expected domestic jobs data fueled expectations for further Bank of Canada interest rate

<p>Bank of Canada releases paper on merits of Producing digital Money </p>

Bank of Canada releases paper on merits of Producing digital Money

Dec/1 By

The Bank of Canada is considering the merits and risks of electronic currencies as interest in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin reaches a fevered pitch. In a research paper published by

<p>Fed sees U.S. economic outlook improving, Cost pressures picking up </p>

Fed sees U.S. economic outlook improving, Cost pressures picking up

Nov/30 By

The U.S. economy expanded at a small to moderate rate in October through mid-November and inflation pressures increased, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday in its regular snapshot of the

<p>Canadian rental vacancy rate Declines for the first time in 3 years </p>

Canadian rental vacancy rate Declines for the first time in 3 years

Nov/29 By

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the vacancy rate for apartments decreased in 2017 for the first time in 3 decades. The federal agency says the vacancy rate in

Trade war heats up more than Canadian newsprint offered to U.S.

Trade war heats up more than Canadian newsprint offered to U.S.

Nov/28 By

Stop the presses — U.S. paper mills are upset over what they view as subsidized Canadian newsprint used by American newspaper publishers. While the softwood-lumber dispute has strained Canada-U.S. trade

<p>Federal deficit at $5.9-billion for first half of fiscal year </p>

Federal deficit at $5.9-billion for first half of fiscal year

Nov/25 By

The size of the federal deficit was $5.9-billion at the halfway point of the year, representing an improvement over the same period a year before. The results of Finance Canada’s

Retail sales rise less than expected in September; auto sales fall

Retail sales rise less than expected in September; auto sales fall

Nov/24 By

Canadian retail sales rose far less than anticipated in September as the increase from higher petrol prices was offset by a decrease in purchases of clothing and vehicles, data from