Investors dump Canadian oil stocks
As Alberta considers raising royalty rates, some Toronto exchange energy stocks take beating; Imperial relatively unscathed
The Associated Press
The possibility that Alberta’s provincial government could demand significantly higher royalties from oil and gas producers has soured some investors’ taste for Canadian energy stocks, at least in the short term.
The Toronto Stock Exchange’s energy sector fell 2.8 percent on Sept. 19 as investors re....
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