U.S. bank earnings suggest coronavirus-driven rough patch for earnings of Canadian lenders: Geoff Zochodne
Expect to see similar outcomes in credit performance, margin compression, trading revenue generation and loan growth
‘It’s going to be awful’: This earnings season will signal which companies make it out the other side: Larysa Harapyn
Purpose Investments' Greg Taylor talks about what earnings season might look like as we navigate the new normal amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
Home sales activity crashed last month, but here’s why property prices will not — for now: Yadullah Hussain
The federal government's income and wage subsidy programs appear to have kicked in and homeowners aren't being forced to sell — yet
Howard Levitt: Some law firms are telling companies not to disclose which employee has COVID-19. That’s misguided and dangerous: Howard Levitt
Employers face challenging balance between ensuring workplace safety and protecting privacy
Can I get divorced during the COVID-19 pandemic and more burning family law questions: Special to Financial Post
Laurie H. Pawlitza: The pandemic has forced couples and families into close quarters, disrupting routines and, in the case of some separated spouses, custody arrangements
People making up to $1,000 a month will be able to qualify for CERB in new changes to program: The Canadian Press
People whose EI benefits have run out and seasonal workers will also be able to access aid
Amid oilpatch carnage, this Canadian energy commodity is actually seeing prices spike: Geoffrey Morgan
Jury still out on where natural gas prices will go amid conflicting market forces at home and in U.S.
The SE comes with a 4.7-inch display and the same processor chip as Apple's most advanced phone, the 11 Pro
Bank of Canada unleashes billions to aid economy in what will likely be most severe recession this country has ever seen: Kevin Carmichael
Central bank holds rate and will start buying up to $50 billion in provincial debt, and up to $10 billion of corporate bonds
Bank of Canada keeps interest rate at 0.25 per cent and announces new measures to support financial system
Bank of Canada holds interest rate at 0.25%, announces new measures to support financial system: Financial Post Staff
The Bank also announced new measures to provide additional support to Canada’s financial system
Jeff Bezos added $24 billion to his fortune so far this pandemic as world’s rich reap bailout rewards: Bloomberg News
'Money makes money'
Statistics Canada for first time ever releases GDP data early — and it’s the worst on record: Reuters
'Economic disruptions have been both deep and widespread in the month of March'
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'I am firmly convinced that our firm will emerge well-positioned'
Effort likely to be messy, with bursts of activity followed by setbacks — and it will be months, if not longer, before country runs anywhere near capacity
'A lot of good news has been priced in and we're due for some consolidation'
Next up may be provincial debt which is showing signs of credit strain
Since many people are still stuck at home, craving connection and entertainment, there's really never been a better time for podcasting.
Bridging Finance said in an letter to investors Monday that it has gated its funds indefinitely 'to maintain investor value and limit pandemic effects'
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