TORONTO – In nine weeks, it's five things to see in the Canadian business world:
Maybe it's not a pot
Food Couche-Tard Inc. will deliver the second quarter results on Tuesday. The company's president stated in September that reluctance for its staff and the growing uncertainty about the North American cannabis market are charging in the blossoming sector.
Ventilation of complaints
The annual report on complaints of telecommunications and television service providers has been released on Tuesday by the Complaints Commission for telecommunication services. Recently, the CRTC has announced allegations of worst public accusations against public administration.
Bank profit bonanza
Bank profits will begin this week with Scotiabank on Tuesdays on Thursdays, Wednesday after RBC and CIBC and TD on Thursday. The largest Canadian banks are expected to close a solid financial year, raising interest rates and the right credit conditions from one quarter to "unfortunately."
CMHC will release the results of the Fall Lease Market Survey on Wednesday. The government agency has recently described Canada's real estate market as "very vulnerable" and has indicated that rental gears are more common than usual or conventional buildings in Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, and Regina inventory inventory.
Statistics In Canada, Friday, in the third quarter, will keep the gross domestic product. Thomson Reuters Eikon says economists expect readings of 1.9% in quarter-on-quarter annual growth, with an average annual rate of 2.9% in the second quarter.