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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.
In energy-reliant country, banks and investors face dilemma in meeting emissions target
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd agreed on Sunday to acquire Kansas City Southern in a $25 billion cash-and-stock deal to create the first railway spanning the United States, Mexico and Canada, standing to benefit from a pick-up in trade.
NEW YORK: The Nasdaq ended sharply lower on Wednesday after investors sold high-flying technology shares and pivoted to sectors viewed as more likely to benefit from an economic recovery on the back of fiscal stimulus and vaccination programs.
NEW YORK: Stock and oil prices fell on Friday, pressured by intensifying lockdowns and weak U.S. retail sales data, while the dollar index posted its largest weekly gain in more than two months.
NEW YORK: As holiday shopping season wraps up, United States equity investors are gauging whether long-languishing shares of brick-and-mortar retailers can sustain their recent rebound in anticipation of a full economic reopening in 2021.
NEW YORK: Investors are gauging how far a rally in beaten-down energy shares could run, as an expected recovery for the coronavirus-hit economy clashes with skepticism about the long-term prospects of fossil fuels.
NEW YORK: News this month of three promising coronavirus vaccines has helped push the Dow Jones Industrial Average over 30,000, but some investors worry that slow vaccination rates may weaken next year’s expected economic recovery.
YOU can almost feel the frustration starting to boil over in the world’s biggest bond market.
ALBERTA: Canadian oil and gas stocks never really recovered from the global financial crisis. They had a bounce in 2009 as the economy improved, but a surge in US shale production sparked another crash in 2014.