Rank Headline
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Canadian dollar on a roll

Loonie tops 90 cents off as U.S. currency loses favour; traders shrug off sketchy Canadian economic picture

2.

Macquarie snaps up Tristone for $130-million

Acquisition of Calgary-based energy investment bank will give Australian group broader geographic reach

3.

Royal Bank loses $50-million

Previously disclosed charge pulls Canada's biggest bank into the red; results meet expectations when the charge is factored out

4.

WestJet aims to close gap with Air Canada

Larger rival is ‘on the ropes,' CEO says; Alberta-based carrier wants to add 18 new destinations over next four years

5.

Gold jumps above $970/oz as dollar weakens

Precious metal climbs to firmest level since late February

6.

Auto makers plead for 'survival' loans

Detroit Three want Clement, McGuinty to provide aid ahead of today's results they say will test industry's ability to survive

7.

Arctic contains 13 per cent of remaining oil

U.S. Geological Survey also updates natural gas deposits as Canada and its polar neighbours pursue competing claims in the region

8.

Auto-parts industry seeks $1-billion in loans

Government package 'required immediately' to help sector survive during liquidity crisis – and avoid collapse, manufacturers warn

9.

Top CPPIB officials take pay cut

Four executives of pension plan investment board saw compensation drop 31 per cent last year

10.

QTrade retains crown

The Globe and Mail's annual ranking of online brokerages

11.

UK data signals worst of downturn may be over

House prices up for second time in three months in May; consumer confidence holds steady

12.

House listings begin to slow down

Some provinces saw sales outpace new listings in September, latest CREA figures show

13.

Pickton must serve 25 years

Sentenced late Tuesday to life imprisonment after court hears victim impact statements

14.

Britain launches auto scrap plan to boost sales

Government, manufacturers share cost of giving discount of $3,600 to junk a ‘banger'

15.

MDS takes hit from Chalk River shutdown

Life sciences company expects $4-million loss for each month the supplier of medical isotopes is offline