Worries that the United States and China were digging in for a longer, costlier trade war weighed on financial markets today. No new talks have been
scheduled, and a firm tone from Beijing suggested that negotiations were unlikely to resume soon.
Google announced that it is suspending key business activity with Huawei. Google's move means Huawei will only be able to use the public, open-source
version of Android. Existing Huawei phones around the world won't be immediately impacted by the decision.
Forty-four per cent of Canadians surveyed said they're struggling to meet their necessities due to increasing gas prices. Most Canadians affected by
rising gas prices said they've changed their behaviour to soften the blow to their wallets.
Ford plans to eliminate about 7,000 jobs, about 10 per cent of its global workforce as pressures mount on automakers to keep pace with massive technological
shifts amid signs global car demand has peaked.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland played down expectations as she prepared to meet in Washington with Robert Lighthizer in a
renewed push to get punitive steel and aluminum tariffs lifted.
We don't think market volatility has come to an end yet, but from a technical perspective, there is a good possibility that the S&P 500 will
treat the 2,800 range as support. Tariffs are still a big risk for investors.
Shaw Communications Inc is cashing out of Corus Entertainment Inc. The shares are being sold for $6.80 a share for total of $548 million that will
flow to Shaw. The funds will go toward general corporate purposes, including debt repayment.
Deepening its trade war with the U.S. and sending world financial markets into a slide, China announced higher tariffs Monday on $60 billion worth of
American goods in retaliation for President Donald Trump's latest penalties on Chinese products.
The Wall Street pros are in the process of moving their money around in anticipation of earnings reports. These results will determine whether the
stock markets will keep going forward or get butchered if expectations are not met.
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