Canadian Business News: November 26, 2017

Canadian Business News: November 26, 2017

– Why turbulence is ahead for Toronto and Vancouver’s housing markets

– WestJet announces new daily routes from Calgary to 5 cities in Alberta, BC

– Online cannabis retailers look to cash in on Black Friday sales hype

– Another large bitcoin exchange draws warnings

– Sobeys to lay off 800 workers across Canada

– Suddenly fired Tesla workers speaking out about dismissals

– In the Amazon era, stores across US get creative with Black Friday deals

– Opec meeting set to extend oil cuts and support crude prices

– Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) Shares Sold by Fiera Capital Corp

– Bond Traders Start to See Crack in Fed’s Resolve About Inflation

– Chinese ‘bike graveyards’ reveal cracks in country’s booming bike-share industry

– SMART Global Holdings Inc (SGH): Stifel Nicolaus Reiterates Buy Rating Today, Has a Target of /Share

– First Reserve Gp Xi INC Has Cut Its Holding in Western Gas Partners LP (WES) by .59 Million

– Hillman Co Has Lifted Constellation Brands (STZ) Stake By .77 Million; Best Buy (BBY) Shorts Decreased By 4.12%

– Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) Receives Consensus Rating of “Hold” from Brokerages

– Is Spark Energy Inc (SPKE) a Sell? The Stock Formed Bearish Wedge Down Chart Pattern

– The Latest Analyst Coverage For Capital Bank Financial Corp. (CBF), Ventas, Inc. (VTR)

– Korn Ferry International (KFY) EPS Estimated At .64

– Canadian charged in Yahoo hacking case to plead guilty in US

– Private Harbour Investment Management & Counsel LLC Reduces Holdings in McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD)
Canadian Business News: November 26, 2017