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In energy-reliant country, banks and investors face dilemma in meeting emissions target
LONDON: BHP Group is in talks with Nutrien Ltd about a potential partnership in its massive Canadian potash venture as the world’s biggest mining company moves closer to a final decision on the project.
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Nolan Paquette started working part-time at his local sawmill more than 20 years ago while still at school, pushing a broom on the clean-up team. Now 38, Paquette drives trucks and operates machinery at the same Western Forest Products-owned mill in Duke Point, Nanaimo, the third generation of his family to work in forestry on British Columbia's Vancouver Island.
Global M&A hits record highs with $1.5 trillion of Q2 deals
NEW YORK: A tumble in Treasury yields is pushing some investors toward other income-generating vehicles including dividend-paying stocks and emerging market bonds, often in exchange for a greater degree of risk.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is poised to trigger a snap election two years ahead of schedule, betting that high vaccination rates and a post-pandemic rebound will help him prolong and strengthen his grip on power.
NEW YORK: The economic boost from an expected $1 trillion infrastructure bill working its way through the U.S. Senate has helped push Wall Street stocks near record levels, but some investors are concerned that the next two months in Washington could be rocky.
NEW YORK: The economic boost from an expected US$1 trillion (RM4.21 trillion) infrastructure bill working its way through the US Senate has helped push Wall Street stocks near record levels, but some investors are concerned that the next two months in Washington could be rocky
A mass corporate switch in Europe to holding virtual annual shareholder meetings (AGMs) has picked up pace this year, raising concern among investors that some companies will try to ditch the physical version permanently.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - At least 41 artisanal miners were killed on Thursday when part of a copper and cobalt mine owned by Glencore collapsed in southeast Congo, the provincial governor said.