New roofing contractor found for historic Bay Roberts property
Former St. John's realtor Anne Squires pleads guilty to theft, fraud, forgery, breach of trust
Atlantic Canadian control over resource projects pushed at Halifax C-69 hearings
Bill C-69's changes to federal Environmental Assessment Act will have far-reaching effects on environment and industry
Downtown St. John's late-night taxi layby scrapped
Law firm pursuing class action over Mud Lake flooding
Nintendo shares fall as much as 5% after conservative guidance
By Sam Nussey TOKYO (Reuters) - Nintendo Co Ltd's shares fell as much as 5 percent in early Tokyo trading, a day after the gaming company offered conservative earnings guidance and urged caution on the roll-out of its Switch console in China. ...
Japan's March factory output decline flags risk of GDP contraction
By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's industrial output fell in January-March at the fastest pace in almost five years, suggesting the economy may post a mild contraction in the first quarter as manufacturers struggle with the U.S.-Sino trade ...
Bank of Canada could resume hikes if data proves slowdown temporary: governor
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada could start hiking rates again "sometime down the road," although such a move will depend on whether upcoming economic data backs up its assessment that a current slowdown is only a temporary detour, the central ...
Oil set to extend long run of weekly gains in tense global market
By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices dipped on Friday on expectations that producer club OPEC will soon raise output to make up for a decline in exports from Iran following a hardening of sanctions on Tehran by the United States. ...
Petrobras sells rights to two fields to Malaysia's Petronas for $1.29 billion
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro said on Thursday it had closed a $1.29 billion deal with Malaysia's Petronas to sell 50 percent of Petrobas' exploration and production rights in two of its offshore ...
Tesla's Elon Musk, SEC again ask for more time to reach deal over CEO's Twitter use
(Reuters) - Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday sought a second delay and requested to provide the court another joint submission on or before April 30, indicating whether they have reached ...
Euro hovers near 22-month lows as market awaits U.S. GDP data
By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters) - The euro hovered near 22-month lows on Friday as traders waited to see whether U.S. GDP data due out later will reinforce signs of economic strength and send the dollar surging even higher. After a small rise in ...
Global tightening cycle over, slower ride for growth ahead: Reuters Poll
By Shrutee Sarkar BENGALURU (Reuters) - Major central banks are done tightening policy, according to a majority of economists polled by Reuters, with the growth outlook wilting across developed and emerging economies along with scant prospects for a ...
Uber, Didi slam Mexico City's new rules on ride-hailing, including cash ban
By Julia Love and Noe Torres MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Uber, Didi Chuxing and other ride-hailing firms on Thursday criticized a host of new regulations of the sector in Mexico's capital city, which include a ban on cash fares that could exclude many ...
Bayer shareholders vent ire over Monsanto-linked stock rout
By Patricia Weiss and Ludwig Burger BONN (Reuters) - Bayer shareholders vented their anger over its stock price slump on Friday as litigation risks mount from the German drugmaker's $63 billion takeover of seed maker Monsanto. Several large investors ...