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North American stock markets rise on hope U.S. stimulus deal will come together

North American stock markets rise on hope U.S. stimulus deal will come together

TORONTO — North American markets closed higher Thursday as energy stocks rose and U.S. investors digested more news about a potential stimulus deal.
Analyzing Trump's illness is humbling for media's med teams

Analyzing Trump's illness is humbling for media's med teams

NEW YORK — Here's an assignment to humble even the most confident doctor: Assess a patient's condition before millions of people without being able to examine him or see a complete medical chart.
Five things to know about Ford's electric investment from Ontario, federal government

Five things to know about Ford's electric investment from Ontario, federal government

The federal and Ontario governments announced on Thursday they will each spend $250 million to help Ford Canada mass produce electric vehicles in Oakville, Ont.
Air Canada raises nearly $500 million by selling, leasing back nine Boeing 737 Max 8s

Air Canada raises nearly $500 million by selling, leasing back nine Boeing 737 Max 8s

MONTREAL — Air Canada has raised nearly $500 million by selling and leasing back nine aircraft to help offset the cash drain from COVID-19.
England's big northern cities braced for more lockdown curbs

England's big northern cities braced for more lockdown curbs

LONDON — The British government is mulling fresh restrictions on everyday life in England, potentially in the big northern cities such as Liverpool and Manchester, amid mounting fears that hospitals in coronavirus hot spots may soon be overwhelmed by
Morgan Stanley still shopping, buys Eaton Vance for $7B

Morgan Stanley still shopping, buys Eaton Vance for $7B

NEW YORK — Morgan Stanley will buy the investment management firm Eaton Vance in a deal valued at about $7 billion. Morgan Stanley has actively gone after potential targets this year.
Canadian homebuilding remains strong despite 20% drop in September, say economists

Canadian homebuilding remains strong despite 20% drop in September, say economists

OTTAWA — Canada's homebuilding activity remained historically strong last month even though the annual pace of starts plunged 20 per cent from August, economists said Thursday. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
French soccer clubs face missed payments from pay TV deal

French soccer clubs face missed payments from pay TV deal

PARIS — French soccer clubs hit by falling revenue during the coronavirus pandemic face missed payments from a new television deal with broadcaster Mediapro.

CBC cuts 60 jobs in five locations as part of restructuring affecting 130

TORONTO — CBC says it is laying off more than 60 people in locations across Canada by the end of the year as part of a restructuring that affects about 130 jobs.

Yamana Gold shares to begin trading Tuesday on the London Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Canadian precious metals miner Yamana Gold Inc. says its shares will begin trading next week on the London Stock Exchange. The Toronto-based company is currently listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange.
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