Stocks Move Cautiously Upward

Equity markets in Canada’s largest centre finished positive Monday, powered by energy and resource issues, as the battle for control of a U.S. railroad appears to be nearing an end.

The TSX Composite remained above water 33.35 points, to finish Monday at 20,666.41

The Canadian dollar picked up 0.15 cents to 79.01 cents U.S.

Eight Capital initiated coverage on Ballard Power Systems with a neutral rating and target price of $18.00.

Ballard shares gained 30 cents, or 1.6%, to $19.65.

Canadian Pacific Railway settled 10 cents to $86.81 after Kansas City Southern said it planned to accept the railroad operator’s $27.2-billion cash-and-stock acquisition offer over a $29.6-billion deal to sell itself to Canadian National Railway. For its part, CN shares dissolved $2.87, or 1.9%, to $147.87.

Crescent Point Energy leaped 57 cents, or 13.7%, to $4.89, and was the largest percentage gainer on the TSX after the oil producer raised … Read more

Could the Employment Bill pose a risk to businesses?

With the Employment Bill back in the limelight, Amanda Badley, head of employment at BHW Solicitors urges employers to find a synergy between business need vs business want.

The proposed Employment Bill (Bill) has been in the pipeline for some time, being first announced in 2019. One of the fundamental elements of the Bill is to make flexible working the default position; effectively flipping the current situation in which employees’ only have a right to request flexible working.

Over the last 18 months, the Bill was placed on the back burner, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the Labour party are now pushing for the Bill to be at the forefront of the Employment Law agenda.

The pandemic has forced both businesses and their employees to work differently, changing the working landscape considerably. Unsurprisingly, many more people (including business owners) now want the option to work from home, … Read more

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Dow Runs Slump to 5 Session

The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined for a fifth straight day Friday as economic uncertainty loomed.

The blue-chip index plummeted 271.66 points to finish Friday and the week at 34,607.72. Apple was the biggest laggard weighing on the Dow, down 3.3%. The tech giant can no longer force developers to use in-app purchasing, a federal judge ruled Friday in a closely watched trial between Apple and Epic Games.

The S&P 500 swooned 34.7 points to 4,458.58

The NASDAQ Composite crumbled 132.76 points, to 15,115.49.

For the week, the Dow was down roughly 2.2% in its second negative week in a row. The S&P 500 was off about 1.7% for the week, while the NASDAQ was 1.6% lower.

Investors are worried about persistent COVID cases slowing the economy just as hot inflation causes the Federal Reserve to take away easy policies.

The August producer price index released Friday showed wholesale costs … Read more