Canadian Business News: October 28, 2017

Canadian Business News: October 28, 2017

– Oil-export hopes fade as Trans Mountain pipeline delays mount

– Canadian stocks soar to new heights as TSX surges to record close

– Brookfield arm buys Sheraton hotel in Toronto for 5 million in landmark deal

– Controversial Chinese firm to buy Aecon for .5B pending regulatory approvals

– Transit Windsor to allow bikes aboard tunnel bus

– IRAC hikes gas prices off schedule, blames Hurricane Harvey

– Dobbyn happy with long-term energy plan

– White Pine Capital Has Lifted Its Nautilus (NLS) Stake; Cambiar Investors Cut Its Ebay (EBAY) Position

– Tesla driving away customer confidence with unfulfilled promises

– As Brookfield Asset Mgmt (BAM) Market Valuation Rose, Brave Warrior Advisors Lowered Its Holding by .90 Million …

– Four Seasons hotel guests can text a request for more towels in 100 different languages

– Looking For a Catalyst: Updates on PayPal Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PYPL) and The Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE:BNS)

– CN Rail, Norfolk strike train-swap deal to cut transit time

– Monthly High-Dividend Stock Yields 7% On Qualified Dividends, Pays In US Dollars

– Should Investors Be Selling Masco (NYSE:MAS) Stock Following Today’s Raymond James Downgrade?

– Perpetual Ltd Invests .86 Million in Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM) Stock

– Mason Street Advisors Lifted Dst Sys Del (DST) Holding By 1409; 0 Bullish Analysts Covering Murphy Oil (MUR)

– Breaking: Argus Reiterates 5 TP On Adobe Systems (NASDAQ:ADBE) Shares, Reiterates Their Original Buy Rating

– 2500 Shares in Alliance Data Systems Corporation (ADS) Purchased by Oakbrook Investments LLC

– Meyer Handelman Co. Decreases Holdings in Freeport-McMoran, Inc. (FCX)
Canadian Business News: October 28, 2017