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WTI drops for a 10th straight day, dipping below US$60 to a near nine-month low

WTI drops for a 10th straight day, dipping below US$60 to a near nine-month low

TORONTO — Crude oil prices dipped to near a nine-month low as they fell for a tenth consecutive day, potentially having an impact on the Bank of Canada interest rate decision next month. West Texas Intermediate dipped to a low of US$59.

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (15,274.44, down 83.03 points ). Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Down 58 cents, or 5.84 per cent, to $9.36 on 20.2 million shares.
Interfor Corp. shares down more than nine per cent on third quarter results miss

Interfor Corp. shares down more than nine per cent on third quarter results miss

VANCOUVER — Interfor Corp.'s share price was trading down more than 10 per cent Friday as the company missed earnings expectations amid volatile lumber prices.
CEO behind purchase of Bombardier's Q400 line to keep production in Canada

CEO behind purchase of Bombardier's Q400 line to keep production in Canada

MONTREAL — The head of the B.C. company that scooped up Bombardier Inc.’s Q400 turboprop business has pledged to keep all manufacturing already in Canada within the country.
Sidewalk Labs to weigh suggestions from panel for Toronto smart city project

Sidewalk Labs to weigh suggestions from panel for Toronto smart city project

TORONTO — Sidewalk Labs is keen on reviewing and potentially implementing recommendations made by a panel of millennials for the Alphabet Inc.-backed company's proposed high-tech community in Toronto.
Italian populist leader 'guarantees' nation won't exit euro

Italian populist leader 'guarantees' nation won't exit euro

ROME — The head of one of Italy's ruling parties insisted Friday that the country won't exit the euro currency bloc nor exceed its targeted deficit limit, dismissing the European Union's worries about the populist government's budget strategy.
UK minister resigns over Brexit and backs another referendum

UK minister resigns over Brexit and backs another referendum

LONDON — A minister in the British government stepped down Friday to protest Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan and is backing calls for a second referendum on whether the country should leave the European Union.

Martinrea misses expectations despite earning a record $36.4 million Q3

TORONTO — Martinrea International Inc. says it's only been minimally affected by tariffs and expects a boost from changes to the North America trade agreement.
US wholesale prices jump, but underlying pressures look tame

US wholesale prices jump, but underlying pressures look tame

WASHINGTON — Led by costlier gas, food, and chemicals, U.S. wholesale prices surged 0.6 per cent in October, the biggest month-to-month rise in six years.
CRTC seeks public comments on creation of internet code of conduct

CRTC seeks public comments on creation of internet code of conduct

OTTAWA — Canada's telecommunications regulator is inviting public comments on the creation of an internet code of conduct for service providers to address increasing complaints about service.