The U.K. is exploring joining an existing free-trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, a person familiar with the nation’s thinking said, a recognition the Biden administration won’t start negotiations on a bespoke deal any time soon.
'More spending, more deficits, more lacklustre GDP growth': Reaction to election results
Here’s how economists and business executives are reacting to news of another mandate for Justin Trudeau following Election Day.
The Daily Chase: What Liberal minority means for your money; Stocks set to rally
Canadians have handed Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party another minority mandate in a House of Commons that’ll look almost identical to the one that was dissolved last month and will leave the prime minister with the option of leaning on the Bloc or NDP to push through his agenda items.
A well-renowned business executive, who sat at the helm of Canada’s largest corporations for decades, says she's had enough of the unproductive banter about the economy on election campaign trails.
The Daily Chase: China property fear spreads; Election Day coverage
The concern about a top China property developer that’s been percolating for weeks has turned into a full-fledged global market event this morning.
Politicians 'missing the point' on a lasting economic recovery: Experts
Canadians were given 36 days to decide which national political party could deliver a stronger economy on the other side of the pandemic.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose slightly in early September but remained close to a near-decade low, while buying conditions for household durables deteriorated to their worst since 1980 because of high prices.
How a Liberal victory could (briefly) hurt the loonie
The Canadian dollar could face “mild pressure” if Justin Trudeau secures a third mandate, though experts say any election-related impacts on stocks, bonds or currencies will be short-lived.
The Daily Chase: CN Rail unveils post-K.C. Southern strategy; Analysis ahead of Election Day
Never a dull moment in rail land these days. Canadian National Railway this morning unveiled its post-Kansas City Southern strategy this morning.
Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 2.1 per cent to $70.1 billion in July, as building material and supplies sales plunged due to a drop in prices for softwood lumber.