There’S An Extra Day In The Calendar This Year — Here’S What It’S Worth To The Canadian Economy

Court orders BMO subsidiaries to pay back $102.9 million in undisclosed fees: Barbara Shecter

The order, which the bank intends to appeal, is the result of a class action lawsuit brought against BMO Nesbitt Burns, BMO InvestorLine Inc., and BMO Trust Company

PIMCO Canadian portfolio manager Ed Devlin leaving investing giant: Geoff Zochodne

He’ll take the summer off, then he has ‘a bunch of ideas, but no specific plans’

Tim Hortons’ parent sued by U.S. franchisee group in Florida for ‘price gouging‘: Barbara Shecter

Parent tried to 'convert Tim Hortons into a supply chain business disguised as a franchise system,' Great White North branch claims

Calls for a Bank of Canada rate cut next week grow as coronavirus crisis deepens: Vanmala Subramaniam

The last five days have been a lesson in economic sobriety

There’s an extra day in the calendar this year — here’s what it’s worth to the Canadian economy: Financial Post Staff

From millionaires minted to lobsters caught here is how 24 hours in the Canadian economy goes down

There are things not even the Bank of Canada can fix: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: A rate cut might not be imminent despite blockades and coronavirus, but don't rule one out soon

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Coronavirus to knock U.S. earnings growth to zero, Goldman says: Financial Times

The bank revised lower its baseline earnings per share estimate to US$165 this year, down from US$174 previously — representing no growth

Amazon becomes latest company to tell employees to defer all non-essential travel due to coronavirus: Reuters

All non-essential travelled to be deferred, including within the United States

Ikea to launch plant-based meatball with carbon footprint 25% smaller than pork and beef: Financial Times

Pea protein will ‘look like meat and taste like meat’ unlike Ikea’s earlier attempt at veggie balls

SNC-Lavalin stock soars 13% after recording yearly profit in challenging year: Colin McClelland

CEO says executive shakeup and new strategic direction away from lump sum turn-key projects to expand engineering services drove revenue

Bill Gates calls coronavirus a ‘once-in-a-century’ pathogen: Reuters

CHICAGO — Philanthropist Bill Gates on Friday urged wealthy nations to help low and middle-income countries strengthen their health systems in hopes of slowing the spread of the coronavirus, which Gates said has started to behave like a “once-in-a-century” pa…

Shopify pulls plug on Unite conference as list of corporate events cancelled because of coronavirus swells: James McLeod

The announcement comes one day after Facebook cancelled its conference, with speculation swirling over whether Google and Apple will follow suit

Federal government runs $11-billion deficit for April-to-December period: The Canadian Press

Compared with a surplus of $324 million for the same period of its 2018-19 fiscal year

Scotiabank halts all non-essential business travel as coronavirus spreads: Bloomberg News

Decision applies to both domestic and international travel effective immediately

Clorox bleach beats 99% of germs — and right now, it’s beating 99% of stocks: Bloomberg News

Investors are desperate to grab on to shares of the few companies that could stand to benefit from the coronavirus outbreak

Here’s why your tax bracket matters when you’re making the RRSP vs. TFSA decision: Jamie Golombek

Jamie Golombek: Contributing to an RRSP can provide significant advantage over a TFSA if your income will be lower in retirement

Lawsuit over African mine can be heard in British Columbia: Supreme Court: The Canadian Press

The high court ruled today against B.C.-based Nevsun Resources, which had argued the claim should not proceed because a Canadian court could not decide the legality of acts by foreign states.

Woman who splits year between Prairies, Mexico mulls B.C. retirement — but high house costs a risk: Andrew Allentuck

Holly is looking for a warm place to retire in Canada, but a move to coastal B.C. could wipe out her monthly cash surplus

Canada’s growth slows to weakest pace in almost four years as economic woes bite: Reuters

The last time growth was this bad was during the Fort McMurray fires

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