The Globe and Mail : Business (235)

Premarket: World stocks stay buoyant as U.S. dollar, bond yields rise

Nikkei logs 11th day of gains, rest of Asia flat

If you can't beat 'em, join someone else: Analysts laud Bombardier-Airbus deal

C Series plan gives Canadian company heft, could skirt U.S. duties

Bombardier deal kills dream of a new all-Canadian major commercial jet maker

The deal with Airbus shows the home-grown company needed a European backer to turn the C Series into a competitive threat

Revised tax policy for small businesses hinders growth, economists say

In the face of vocal opposition to its proposed toughening of tax rules governing small corporations, the Liberals announced that it would reduce the small-business corporate tax rate to 9 per cent

Bombardier hands control of C Series airliner to Airbus

Bombardier has struck an agreement to sell control of its marquee C Series airliner program to Europe's Airbus

RBC CEO backs new measures to help cool housing markets

Dave McKay believes dampening explosive growth of housing prices will be key to Canada's long-term growth and competitiveness

TMX review throws marijuana industry into uncertainty

Move by Canada's largest stock exchange operator could result in some marijuana companies with U.S. operations being delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange or the TSX Venture Exchange

U.S. lumber industry slams Canada in trade filing

Timber lobby hammers subsidies in latest exhortation to International Trade Commission over softwood

In the national energy debate, Indigenous voices rise to the fore

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said a national strategy needs to be inspired by aboriginal peoples' connection with the land and their sense of responsibility to future generations

These stocks are set to see big moves Tuesday

After Netflix's gains on Monday, four other active stocks are all slated to report earnings before the opening bell on Tuesday

Some enticing stock ideas for investors searching the globe for growth

The IMF has warned the country about its addiction to debt-fuelled heavy industry – a strategy Beijing appears to be backing

Bank stocks are no longer cheap, but they're still worth owning

Canadian bank stocks' valuations have realigned to long-term averages

U.S. demands end to Canada's supply management as part of NAFTA negotiations

Roles reverse as Ottawa seeks protectionism while Washington demands open market that would flood Canada with American dairy

Netflix adds more subscribers than expected, shares hit record

Netflix is expanding its slate of original shows as the company battles intensifying competition

How the Canadian government bungled the idea of 'tax fairness'

It would seem that 'fair share' is a fluid and undefinable concept that can be drawn on when politically expedient

The close: TSX gives up early gains as gold shares slide

Wall Street closes at records helped by finance, energy sectors

Home Capital to sell payment processing, prepaid card business

Sale is expected to generate about $20-million in annual savings, the lender said

Everyone's watching you on social media, so smarten up

Bad online behaviour can limit your career, even if it's not a firing offence

China offers to buy 5 per cent of Saudi Aramco directly: sources

Chinese state-owned oil companies PetroChina and Sinopec have written to Saudi Aramco to express an interest in a direct deal

GM workers at Ontario Cami plant approve new contract

Deal falls short of the strong job security provisions Unifor was seeking after production of one of the vehicles made at the plant was shifted to Mexico

Hudson's Bay shares tumble after Nordstrom privatization plan shelved

U.S. upscale retailer said its founding family had suspended attempts to take private

At midday: TSX extends gains as higher commodity prices lift resources

China data boosts world stocks

Canadian businesses still bullish despite U.S. worries, rising rates: BoC

Analysts say 'subdued' tone of the report suggests Bank of Canada likely not in a rush to raise interest rates again

Sears Canada executive chairman Brandon Stranzl steps down

Sears Canada has been operating under court protection from creditors since June

Bombardier exploring strategic options for aerospace unit; no deal imminent: report

The company has held informal talks with Chinese companies among others, but sources played down the chances of Europe's Airbus being a likely partner

Liberals to cut small business tax, tweak controversial proposals

The announcement represents the government's first official policy response to the strong criticism it has faced since releasing proposed changes to small business tax rules in July

At the open: TSX rises as resources rally on commodity prices

Wall Street hits fresh records on financial, tech gains

Nordstrom family suspends attempt to take retailer private

The company's shares dropped about 6 per cent in premarket trading

'The rise and fall of black gold: When will peak oil demand strike?'

A roundup of what The Globe and Mail's market strategist Scott Barlow is reading today on the Web

BlackBerry shares fall a after another executive leaves

Victor Schubert, a licensing director for BlackBerry, said on Friday he had left, following on the heels of Mark Kokes, who lead BlackBerry's overall patent strategy

Qatar's Doha Bank eyes Canadian expansion

The bank currently has a representative office in Toronto, but has ambitions to push into transactional banking, its CEO says

U.S. demands end to Canada's supply management as part of NAFTA negotiations

Trump administration is demanding the right to export 400,000 litres of milk and 175,000 tonnes of poultry to Canada annually, a source said

Netflix subscriber adds beat estimates as original shows pull in new viewers

Netflix is expanding its slate of original shows as the company battles intensifying competition

Canada must prepare for life after NAFTA

In the very near future, expect the NAFTA option to be off the table

The close: TSX dips as gold miners lose ground

Wall Street closes at records helped by finance, energy sectors

Banking goes Zen with spa-like branches

BlueShore has remodelled to take the stress and stuffiness out of financial services. The B.C. credit union says the new ambience has been a hit with customers and employees alike

Loblaw Companies lays off 500 office workers in cost-cutting drive

Loblaw Companies Ltd. says it is laying off 500 workers from its office operations.

JPMorgan partners with RBC to launch payments network using blockchain technology

Blockchain, a shared ledger of transactions maintained by a network of computers on the internet, is the technology that underpins cryptocurrency bitcoin

BlackBerry shares fall almost 4 per cent after another executive leaves

Victor Schubert, a licensing director for BlackBerry, said on Friday he had left, following on the heels of Mark Kokes, who lead BlackBerry's overall patent strategy

A 'ridiculously simple' three-part formula for managing people

Consultant Trevor Throness boils down a complex task to a crisp formula

China's central bank surprises with gravity-defying 7% growth forecast

Uncharacteristically explicit growth forecast by Zhou Xiaochuan came just days ahead of a twice-in-a-decade Communist Party Congress

Premarket: China data boost world stocks and commodities, oil jumps

China's producer prices beat expectations; oil jumps as fighting escalates in Kirkuk

The loonie and trade: Can Canada live without NAFTA? Yes. We. Can.

Canadian dollar depreciation could blunt tariffs

Kobe Steel shares hit near five-year lows as cheating scandal raises financial risks

Kobe CEO Hiroya Kawasaki on Friday said about 500 companies had received its falsely certified products

League's expansion to offering insurance was a 'bet-the-company' moment

Though it started as an access point to personal wellness services, Mike Serbinis's company decided to add a new dimension, going up against the traditional health-insurance industry

Oil rises as fighting escalates in Iraq's oil-rich Kirkuk

Iraq launched the operation in the multi-ethnic region on Sunday

Bill Morneau didn't place assets in blind trust, raising conflict-of-interest risk

Finance Minister's office, ethics czar won't reveal whether Morneau has sold shares in family firm

Liberals to rework small-business tax changes with promise to target top earners

The Liberals have faced strong opposition from small-business owners to the changes that were first presented in July, in addition to vocal criticism inside the governing party's caucus

As advocates push for sugar tax, advertising's efforts still too sweet for some

Canadian marketers currently operate under industry-imposed guidelines, but new government rules are being considered

What Canadian business leaders want in a new NAFTA

Top priorities are access to government procurement in the United States and removing the spectre of 'Buy America' policies