Imperial Oil has entered into an agreement to sell its 497 Esso retail fuel stations for about C$2.8 billion. This transaction reflects the company's aim to widen its refining and oil sands businesses.
The Bank of Japan is reportedly anticipated to reduce its price and economic outlooks for the next fiscal years at a quarterly appraisal that is scheduled in April. The bank is trimming its growth outlook citing the failure of its previous stimulus pack.
Bank of England has many choices to boost Britain's economy. The bank may slack its financial policy on fears that the country may exit the European Union.
The US Labor Department has released a report outlining the growth of the US economy with a low unemployment rate and job growth. This growth puts pressure on the US because of the current instability in the rest of the world's economies.