Canadian Business News: October 27, 2017

Canadian Business News: October 27, 2017
Headlines
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– TSX climbs to record high above 15950

– Manitoba plan sets up potential fight with Ottawa over carbon tax rate

– Hot London housing market set to cool, national housing agency predicts

– Douglas Todd: “Visible minority” now meaningless term in Metro Vancouver, Toronto

– Delta flight diverted to Goose Bay, Labrador after experiencing engine troubles

– Imperial Oil misses Q3 profit estimates as costs weigh

– US economy grows 3 per cent in third quarter on inventories, trade

– Ontario hydro bills to rise over next 10 years in government’s energy plan

– Nasdaq 0-billion surge is biggest versus S&P since 2010

– Town of Paradise, locked out workers heading back to bargaining table

– Wall Street Sees a CVS, Aetna Deal as a Revolutionary Defense

– Cameco reports quarterly losses due to weak uranium prices

– Canadian firm Aecon sold to Chinese engineering giant for .19 billion

– US probes Ford Fusion cars over steering wheels that may detach

– Saputo stock jumps after .3B deal with Aussie dairy company

– TMX Group to acquire Trayport Holdings from ICE in deal worth 1M

– Why you’re happy if you own Amazon.com and Alphabet today

– JC Penney suffers worst stock drop ever after predicting loss

– Insys founder once among Arizona’s richest billionaires

– Amazon shares surge 12% to all-time high as Wall Street shocked by giant’s rapid growth
Canadian Business News: October 27, 2017