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TSX rises to one-week high as bank earnings support financials with materials sector chipping in

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index rose to a one-week high on Tuesday, led by financial shares after one of the country’s major banks reported better-than-expected earnings. 454 more words

U.S. Federal Reserve

BHP's Saskatchewan potash project may be mothballed after US$2.6 B spent

BHP Billiton Ltd., the world’s biggest mining company, may end up “mothballing” its Canadian potash project by the end of this decade after completing two shafts at a cost of about US$2.6 billion. 556 more words

Mining

Five things you should know before you start your work day on Aug. 16

Good morning. Will small miners score in the next commodities upswing? The potash glut that’s weighing down Saskatchewan. And gearing up for the big back-to-school shopping spree. 838 more words

Executive

Potash Corp cuts profit forecast and slashes dividend, but says market has hit bottom

The management team at Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. is developing a lengthy track record of being too optimistic about its industry’s prospects.

The Saskatoon-based company slashed its earnings guidance for the fifth time in six quarters on Thursday as its realized potash prices plunged to stunning lows. 586 more words

Breaking

Spanish investor charged with lying to regulators probing insider trading during Potash Corp takeover bid

A U.S. grand jury has charged a Spanish investor with lying to regulators probing insider trading ahead of an August 2010 hostile bid for Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc, even though he had been cleared of charges over his own trading. 296 more words

Breaking

Potash Corp rallies amid speculation of possible takeover: 'It feels like the time things would be consolidating'

Potash Corp. the world’s second-largest producer of its namesake fertilizer, is rallying amid rumours of a possible takeover of the Saskatchewan-based company.

Potash Corp. gained 2.5 per cent to $21.32 at 1:30 p.m. 256 more words

Mining

Five things you should know before you start your workday on Jan. 29

Good morning. CIBC downgraded its outlook for Canada’s economy for the second time in a month. Meanwhile, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg upgraded his status – becoming the sixth-richest person in the world. 820 more words

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