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Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,501.03, up 45.63 points.) Aphria Inc. (TSX:APHA). Health care. Down $1.35, or 17.5 per cent, to $6.36 on 12.3 million shares.
Europe, US reel as virus infections surge at record pace

Europe, US reel as virus infections surge at record pace

Coronavirus cases around the world have climbed to all-time highs of more than 330,000 per day as the scourge comes storming back across Europe and spreads with renewed speed in the U.S.
S&P/TSX composite index recovers losses to close up as U.S. markets fall

S&P/TSX composite index recovers losses to close up as U.S. markets fall

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index recovered in afternoon trading, closing higher after posting a triple-digit decline early in the day. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 45.63 points at 16,501.03.
Alberta premier says he's still hopeful about Keystone, even if Biden elected

Alberta premier says he's still hopeful about Keystone, even if Biden elected

AIRDRIE, Alta. — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he is still hopeful about the future of the Keystone XL pipeline, even if the Democrats win the U.S. election next month.
Canadian home sales set record for September, up 45.6% from last year: CREA

Canadian home sales set record for September, up 45.6% from last year: CREA

OTTAWA — Canadian homes sales set a monthly record in September and the national average price soared 17.5 per cent from last year, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Thursday. There were 45.
Shares of Chinese retailer Miniso jump in 1st day of trading

Shares of Chinese retailer Miniso jump in 1st day of trading

HONG KONG — Shares of Miniso Group Holding jumped in their first day of trading, while the broader markets were on pace for their third straight loss this week.
Oil price stall, global uncertainty prompt caution as oil firms roll out Q3 reports

Oil price stall, global uncertainty prompt caution as oil firms roll out Q3 reports

CALGARY — Higher oil prices are expected to bolster returns as Canadian energy companies report third-quarter results over the next few weeks but observers say a recent stall in the crude price recovery and ongoing oil market uncertainty make increas
EU chief self-isolates as virus makes its mark at a summit

EU chief self-isolates as virus makes its mark at a summit

BRUSSELS — As a renewed wave of the coronavirus sweeps across much of Europe, the reality of the disease struck a summit of European Union leaders on Thursday when one of the 27-nation bloc's top officials abandoned the meeting to go into self-impose
Central banks must have digital currency alternative if Facebook's Libra blocked: BoC

Central banks must have digital currency alternative if Facebook's Libra blocked: BoC

OTTAWA — A senior official at the Bank of Canada says central banks should have their own digital currency ready as an alternative if they decide to say no to one being developed by Facebook.
Unifor reaches tentative deal with Fiat Chrysler, automaker to invest up to $1.5B

Unifor reaches tentative deal with Fiat Chrysler, automaker to invest up to $1.5B

TORONTO — Unifor has reached a tentative agreement for 9,000 workers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in Canada, a deal the union says could see the automaker invest $1.5 billion and add 2,000 jobs.