Starbucks Takes Seats Out Of Canadian Stores In Response To Covid-19

Starbucks takes seats out of Canadian stores in response to COVID-19: Jake Edmiston

Starbucks will also temporarily close stores in regions with high concentrations of COVID-19 and stop letting customers add their own milk and cream

Fed slashes rate to near zero to buffer economy from impact of coronavirus: Bloomberg News

Also promises to boost its bond holdings by at least $700 billion

‘Pandemic preparedness’: Insurers limiting coverage after Ottawa issues non-essential travel advisory: Vanmala Subramaniam

On Saturday, the Canadian government strongly advised all Canadians abroad to return home immediately citing the potential limit on commercial flight availability

Trudeau says new travel restrictions possible in virus fight: Bloomberg News

By Doug Alexander (Bloomberg) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said new travel restrictions are possible — including shutting the country’s borders — as Canada ramps up its response to the coronavirus pandemic. “We have taken some very strong measures…

American Airlines cutting international flights by 75% amid demand collapse: Reuters

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO — American Airlines Inc said Saturday it plans to cut 75% of its international flights through May 6 and ground nearly all its widebody fleet, as airlines respond to the global collapse in travel demand due to the coronavirus pandemic. The …

Two Goldman Sachs employees tests positive for coronavirus -Bloomberg News - Financial Post:

Goldman Sachs Group Inc reported its first two cases of coronavirus, Bloomberg News reported on Sunday, citing internal memos.The investment bank informed its staff that an employee from its London…

Five instant lessons investors can learn from the current market panic: Martin Pelletier

Martin Pelletier: They can help everyone retrench and take on a winning long-term perspective

Banks warned off buybacks, dividend hikes as capital buffer loosened for crisis: Geoff Zochodne

Embattled economy also supported by half-percentage-point rate cut and $10 billion credit program for businesses

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How to overcome your fear of public speaking and thrive in the workplace: Postmedia Network

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This time is different: Why the coronavirus crash isn’t a repeat of 2008 — and might be worse: Victor Ferreira

'What’s different about now is you don't know when the next shoe is going to drop'

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‘It’s madness’: Panic buying leaves long lines and empty shelves at grocers across country: Jake Edmiston

'Warehouses are full and we continue buying goods and flowing them into stores. So Canadians have to stop being in panic mode'

As Morneau runs the risk of underwhelming, the Bank of Canada steps up: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: It was the Bank of Canada that had our backs on this historic day

Royal Caribbean follows rivals in halting operations on coronavirus fears: Reuters

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd said on Friday it was suspending its cruises in the United States for 30 days, an hour after Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd said it suspended all its cruise voyages through April 11. Earlier larger peer Carnival Corp’s Italy-ba…

COVID-19 gives companies a chance to revisit work culture in a viral age: Joe O'Connor

Will avoidance becomes just a passing fad or a formative moment, where companies truly rethink the way things traditionally get done?

Layoffs expected in the oilpatch as energy companies slash spending to prepare for downturn: Geoffrey Morgan

'Although amusement parks around the world are closing, investors can still experience the rollercoaster rides in Canadian energy'

How to survive a market panic: An investor’s guide: Geoff Zochodne

How long will this rout last, should I buy the dip, what about gold? — we answer these questions and more

With no spouse to split income with, single Saskatchewan man faces hefty tax bill in retirement: Andrew Allentuck

Buying a house and diversifying investments is one way he could lower his tax bill

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