‘Stocks Are Overvalued’: Wall Street Heavyweights Sound The Alarm About Markets


Matchmaking platform for protective gear rolled out as masks alone emerge as $3.5-billion sector: Emily Jackson



Startup Bulky.io using AI-enhanced technology to help Canadian manufacturers find buyers for hand sanitizer, masks, face shields and gowns

Watch out for Sept. 1, indebted Canadians — that’s when the creditors will come calling: Larysa Harapyn



Kelley Keehn, personal finance educator, speaks about how our money habits have changed amid COVID-19

Brookfield revamps unusual ownership structure to limit powers of governing partnership: Financial Times



It is one of the biggest changes to Brookfield’s governance since the group parted ways with members of the Bronfman dynasty in the 1990s

‘Stocks are overvalued’: Wall Street heavyweights sound the alarm about markets: Bloomberg News



Legendary investors Stan Druckenmiller and David Tepper the latest to weigh in, saying risk-reward of holding shares worst they've seen in years

This ‘hangry’ millennial’s stress-eating problem is taking a bite out of her financial dreams: Victor Ferreira



Introducing Spent, a fresh look at the financial lives of Canadian millennials from the Financial Post

‘A disappointing missed opportunity’: Trudeau’s central bank choice hits a nerve among women in finance: Bloomberg News



They're questioning how the prime minister's avowedly feminist government could have passed over Carolyn Wilkins for Bank of Canada governor

Equitable braces for spike in loan defaults when Canadians face higher debt costs after deferrals run out: Geoff Zochodne



Provisions for bad loans nearly triple what alternative lender had forecasted

Brookfield is sitting on $60 billion to help it weather the pandemic: Bloomberg News



CEO Bruce Flatt says Brookfield is well-positioned to make it through the crisis

Eight things to consider when building a personalized financial plan: Leigh Taveroff



A plan can help guide your financial decisions, whether that means paying off student loans, saving for a house, or investing in an RESP for a child’s education

Canada’s factory sales plunge the most in 11 years — and that was only March: Reuters



Worse than expectations, decline was the biggest since December 2008 during the great recession

Bank of Canada warns of excess business, household debt from COVID-19 crisis: The Canadian Press



Warns cash-flow problem for businesses seeing sharp revenue declines during the crisis could soon develop into a solvency issue

Tetra Tech's IP3 Launches Online Learning for Public-Private Partnership Professionals - Financial Post:



PASADENA, Calif. — IP3, a division of Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK), is pleased to announce the launch of its new online learning offerings. For 25 years, IP3 has been building capacity wit…

Grow your business by following this overlooked principle: Postmedia



Understanding the needs and desires of customers is what makes or breaks a business, yet so many companies overlook this important fact.

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Record trading lifts Hargreaves revenue, boosting shares - Financial Post:



LONDON — British fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown said on Thursday that a revenue boost from record levels of share trading during the first four months of the year more than offset a sli…

Canada’s soaring deficit may jeopardize its AAA rating, Macquarie says: Bloomberg News



The federal deficit could rise close to $400 billion as the government extends emergency programs to buffer impact of shutdowns

CPPIB down $1B on ill-timed Royal Caribbean Cruises investment, filings suggest: Victor Ferreira



Earlier this year, Canada's largest pension plan indicated it held 8,102,492 shares in the cruise line, valued at US$1.08. Then the COVID-19 outbreak happened

Why the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund’s divestment from the oilsands could trigger a bigger fund exodus: Geoffrey Morgan



'Pulling investments from the oil sands and claiming it's for climate change reasons is more about publicity than fact' — Cenovus Energy CEO

Ottawa wants equity option from public companies borrowing through new loan program for big businesses: The Logic



The federal government will seek warrants that are convertible to equity or cash equivalents through its Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility

Stocks are getting hammered after Jerome Powell was more pessimistic than market expected: Reuters



'The market took away that maybe there's more bad news out there than they'd been pricing in'

Canada’s twin crisis — and what a path to recovery looks like: Larysa Harapyn



Todd Mattina, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President at Mackenzie Investments, speaks about what an economic recovery might look like

Matchmaking platform for protective gear rolled out as masks alone emerge as $3.5-billion sector: Emily Jackson



Startup Bulky.io using AI-enhanced technology to help Canadian manufacturers find buyers for hand sanitizer, masks, face shields and gowns

Watch out for Sept. 1, indebted Canadians — that’s when the creditors will come calling: Larysa Harapyn



Kelley Keehn, personal finance educator, speaks about how our money habits have changed amid COVID-19

Brookfield revamps unusual ownership structure to limit powers of governing partnership: Financial Times



It is one of the biggest changes to Brookfield’s governance since the group parted ways with members of the Bronfman dynasty in the 1990s

‘Stocks are overvalued’: Wall Street heavyweights sound the alarm about markets: Bloomberg News



Legendary investors Stan Druckenmiller and David Tepper the latest to weigh in, saying risk-reward of holding shares worst they've seen in years

This ‘hangry’ millennial’s stress-eating problem is taking a bite out of her financial dreams: Victor Ferreira



Introducing Spent, a fresh look at the financial lives of Canadian millennials from the Financial Post

‘A disappointing missed opportunity’: Trudeau’s central bank choice hits a nerve among women in finance: Bloomberg News



They're questioning how the prime minister's avowedly feminist government could have passed over Carolyn Wilkins for Bank of Canada governor

Equitable braces for spike in loan defaults when Canadians face higher debt costs after deferrals run out: Geoff Zochodne



Provisions for bad loans nearly triple what alternative lender had forecasted

Brookfield is sitting on $60 billion to help it weather the pandemic: Bloomberg News



CEO Bruce Flatt says Brookfield is well-positioned to make it through the crisis

Eight things to consider when building a personalized financial plan: Leigh Taveroff



A plan can help guide your financial decisions, whether that means paying off student loans, saving for a house, or investing in an RESP for a child’s education

Canada’s factory sales plunge the most in 11 years — and that was only March: Reuters



Worse than expectations, decline was the biggest since December 2008 during the great recession

Bank of Canada warns of excess business, household debt from COVID-19 crisis: The Canadian Press



Warns cash-flow problem for businesses seeing sharp revenue declines during the crisis could soon develop into a solvency issue

Tetra Tech's IP3 Launches Online Learning for Public-Private Partnership Professionals - Financial Post:



PASADENA, Calif. — IP3, a division of Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK), is pleased to announce the launch of its new online learning offerings. For 25 years, IP3 has been building capacity wit…

Grow your business by following this overlooked principle: Postmedia



Understanding the needs and desires of customers is what makes or breaks a business, yet so many companies overlook this important fact.

https://secure.gravatar.com/blavatar/b4ece3189893389a03f063830eacd95c?s=200&ts=1589444725

Record trading lifts Hargreaves revenue, boosting shares - Financial Post:



LONDON — British fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown said on Thursday that a revenue boost from record levels of share trading during the first four months of the year more than offset a sli…

Canada’s soaring deficit may jeopardize its AAA rating, Macquarie says: Bloomberg News



The federal deficit could rise close to $400 billion as the government extends emergency programs to buffer impact of shutdowns

CPPIB down $1B on ill-timed Royal Caribbean Cruises investment, filings suggest: Victor Ferreira



Earlier this year, Canada's largest pension plan indicated it held 8,102,492 shares in the cruise line, valued at US$1.08. Then the COVID-19 outbreak happened

Why the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund’s divestment from the oilsands could trigger a bigger fund exodus: Geoffrey Morgan



'Pulling investments from the oil sands and claiming it's for climate change reasons is more about publicity than fact' — Cenovus Energy CEO

Ottawa wants equity option from public companies borrowing through new loan program for big businesses: The Logic



The federal government will seek warrants that are convertible to equity or cash equivalents through its Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility

Stocks are getting hammered after Jerome Powell was more pessimistic than market expected: Reuters



'The market took away that maybe there's more bad news out there than they'd been pricing in'

Canada’s twin crisis — and what a path to recovery looks like: Larysa Harapyn



Todd Mattina, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President at Mackenzie Investments, speaks about what an economic recovery might look like



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