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World shares mostly gain after Dow tumbles into bear market

World shares mostly gain after Dow tumbles into bear market

World shares were mostly higher on Tuesday as buying kicked in after heavy selling on Wall Street put the Dow Jones Industrial Average into what’s known as a bear market. U.S. futures and oil prices gained.
Asian shares mixed after Dow falls into bear market

Asian shares mixed after Dow falls into bear market

NEW YORK — Stocks were mixed in Asia on Tuesday after closing broadly lower on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell into what’s known as a bear market. Tokyo, Sydney and Shanghai advanced while Hong Kong and Seoul declined. U.S.
Dye & Durham reports $3.3M fourth-quarter net loss

Dye & Durham reports $3.3M fourth-quarter net loss

Toronto-based Dye & Durham Ltd. says it saw a 54 per cent boost to revenue in the fourth quarter compared with last year, while net income swung to a loss. The provider of cloud-based legal and business software says it had a net loss of $3.
Atlantic airports resume operations after hurricane Fiona triggers cancellations

Atlantic airports resume operations after hurricane Fiona triggers cancellations

HALIFAX — Airports in Atlantic Canada are resuming operations after hurricane Fiona stopped most flights in and out of the region over the weekend. WestJet spokeswoman Morgan Bell says flights to and from Charlottetown Airport in P.E.I.

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 (18,327.04, down 153.94 points) Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:ABX). Energy. Down 36 cents, or 0.97 per cent, to $36.59 on 25.4 million shares.
S&P/TSX composite index down on widespread losses, U.S. stocks also down

S&P/TSX composite index down on widespread losses, U.S. stocks also down

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index ended down Monday on widespread losses driven by rising concerns about economic growth that also pushed U.S. markets lower.
Travel restrictions removed as medical professionals reiterate the risk of COVID-19

Travel restrictions removed as medical professionals reiterate the risk of COVID-19

The removal of mask mandates and vaccine requirements has medical professionals and front-line workers reiterating that COVID-19 is still a threat. The federal government announced on Monday that starting Oct.
Atlantic Canada's economy likely to take big hit from post-tropical storm Fiona

Atlantic Canada's economy likely to take big hit from post-tropical storm Fiona

HALIFAX — While the damage caused by post-tropical storm Fiona is still being assessed across Atlantic Canada, it’s become clear the economic fallout will be substantial for some parts of the region. Elmwood, P.E.I.
Russia gives citizenship to ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden

Russia gives citizenship to ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia on Monday granted citizenship to former American intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who fled prosecution after he revealed highly classified U.S.
Development bank fires director after ethics probe

Development bank fires director after ethics probe

MIAMI (AP) — Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank have voted to fire its president, Mauricio Claver-Carone, after an ethics investigation found he carried on a relationship with a subordinate, a person familiar with the vote told The Asso