Programming note: BNN Bloomberg aired Bloomberg Television’s special coverage of the U.K. election today from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. ET/2 p.m.-4 p.m. PT. Therefore, there was no Market Call Tonight. Regular programming will resume tomorrow, Dec. 13.
Canada reports its first presumptive case of coronavirus in Toronto
A male in his 50s tested positive for the SARS-like illness in Canada’s most populous city, Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health David Williams confirmed Saturday.
'Sell is a four-letter word': Why Bay Street got Bombardier so wrong
It was described by Bombardier Inc. as a “winning” partnership. By giving Airbus a controlling stake in its CSeries program, the Quebec-based plane and train maker could access its rival’s vast sales network, and sidestep hefty tariffs being threatened by the United States.
'Fog of uncertainty' in Canada as autos mask weak retail sales
The motor vehicle and parts dealers subsector gained 3.0 per cent, led primarily by sales at new car dealers. Food and beverage stores saw sales rise 0.9 per cent, while building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers reported an increase of 2.1 per cent.
Aphria lines up $100M investment as CEO touts balance sheet strength
Aphria Chief Executive Officer Irwin Simon told BNN Bloomberg in a phone interview that the investment demonstrates confidence in Aphria as well as the company’s management and strategy.