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January wholesale inflation surged 9.7% from a year ago

January wholesale inflation surged 9.7% from a year ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wholesale inflation in the United States surged again last month, rising 9.7% from a year earlier in a sign that price pressures remain high at all levels of the economy.
Accounting firm: Trump financial statements aren't reliable

Accounting firm: Trump financial statements aren't reliable

NEW YORK (AP) — The accounting firm that prepared former President Donald Trump’s annual financial statements says the documents, used to secure lucrative loans and burnish Trump's image as a wealthy businessman, “should no longer be relied upon” aft
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,352.51, down 196.33 points.) Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB). Energy. Down $2.77, or 5.0 per cent, to $52.79 on 28 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite loses nearly 200 points on fears of war in Europe

S&P/TSX composite loses nearly 200 points on fears of war in Europe

TORONTO — North American stock markets responded to headlines about a potential war in Europe and fell to start the week on word the U.S. will close its embassy in Kyiv.
Feds, N.L. say Muskrat Falls financing terms are signed, as Innu Nation cries foul

Feds, N.L. say Muskrat Falls financing terms are signed, as Innu Nation cries foul

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Ottawa and the Newfoundland and Labrador government have signed terms for two key pieces of a $5.
Gold miner Iamgold makes board changes in deal with RCF Management

Gold miner Iamgold makes board changes in deal with RCF Management

TORONTO — Iamgold has agreed to several demands from an activist investor, including the appointment of three new directors and a new chair, as it looks to avoid a costly and distracting proxy battle.
The travel itch is boosting vacation bookings, but COVID testing remains key hurdle

The travel itch is boosting vacation bookings, but COVID testing remains key hurdle

MONTREAL — Travel agencies and airlines are seeing a surge in bookings abroad as the spring break approaches, but a real spike will likely hinge on how far the federal government rolls back COVID-19 testing rules.
Ontario lowers deficit projection for this year to $13.1 billion

Ontario lowers deficit projection for this year to $13.1 billion

TORONTO — Ontario is projecting a $13.1-billion deficit this fiscal year, down from the province's last forecast, mostly due to higher revenues.
Resolute Forest Products buys remaining stake in two joint ventures in Quebec

Resolute Forest Products buys remaining stake in two joint ventures in Quebec

MONTREAL — Resolute Forest Products Inc. is announcing two acquisitions it says will improve the competitiveness of its wood products operations. The Montreal-based company says it has reached an agreement with Louisiana-Pacific Corp.
Corruption trial opens for ex-Goldman banker in 1MDB scandal

Corruption trial opens for ex-Goldman banker in 1MDB scandal

NEW YORK (AP) — Federal prosecutors told a jury Monday that a former Goldman Sachs executive pocketed $35 million in “secret kickbacks” in the multibillion-dollar ransacking of a Malaysian state investment fund, accusing the banker of playing a “cruc