This Marketing Channel Is Making A Comeback For Businesses During Covid


Housing prices could fall 14% in Canada’s biggest city by 2022 — and that’s the ‘moderate’ scenario: Barbara Shecter



DBRS Morningstar is looking at pandemic scenarios that include a 10% home price correction in Canada, with sharper declines in cities

This marketing channel is making a comeback for businesses during COVID: Postmedia



Webinars are reemerging as the most cost-effective, far-reaching, and lead-generating business effort you can produce. This suite of tools makes it easy to start hosting webinars on your own.

Paralyzing debt and dwindling traffic: Why department stores are going out of fashion: Financial Times



Analysts expect a new round of department store closures is in the offing

The world is experiencing an eCommerce surge. Here’s how newcomers can enter the market: Postmedia



The eCommerce landscape is primed for new entrepreneurs. It's important to learn what works and what doesn't before throwing your hat into the ring.

‘Outlook remains grim’: Canadian insurers brace for fallout from the pandemic: Barbara Shecter



Companies to face long-duration liabilities, thanks to low rates

Manulife’s profit declines amid economic and market disruptions: Barbara Shecter



Core return on equity for the period that ended March 31 was 8.2 per cent, down from 10.4 per cent last year

David Rosenberg: Sorry, but we won’t be spending our way out of this downturn: David Rosenberg



Consumers are the main driver of economic growth, and without their participation there is no sustainable recovery

‘Buy energy’: BMO’s Brian Belski bets on big market rally in Canada: Larysa Harapyn



BMO Capital Markets' Brian Belski talks about the state of the Canadian stock market and energy markets amid COVID-19

Digital-friendly recession: How Big Tech got even bigger in the midst of a market meltdown: Financial Times



Some of the coronavirus-era stock market winners are likely to stay buoyant once the crisis recedes

Bitcoin is staging a comeback reminiscent of the 2017 bubble frenzy: Bloomberg News



In anticipation for a technical event that may be a new catalyst, Bitcoin has rallied to more than US$9,000 from around US$6,000 just a month ago

Three meat-packing plants turn out 85% of Canada’s beef. How did this happen?: Jake Edmiston



The vulnerability of relying on massive multinational slaughterhouses partially dates back to the outbreak of mad cow disease in the early 2000s

‘There are jobs to be had’: Pandemic hammers labour market, but there are ’opportunities,’ say analysts: The Canadian Press



Job hunters need to prepare for what will inevitably be a video interview, say employers and job market experts

Loblaw accelerates launch of its next-day meal-kit delivery service: The Logic



Loblaw’s meal-kit delivery service soft launch comes days after its competitor Sobey’s began testing its online grocery delivery service

‘Will some people be affected badly? Yes’ — Donald Trump pivots to ‘Phase Two,’ risking more death to save America’s economy: Bloomberg News



'We have to get our country open and we have to get it open soon'

Shopify revenue beats expectations as virus lockdowns boost merchant signups: Reuters



More merchants are moving their businesses online

Affirming the Bank of Canada’s independence has to be more than just lip service: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: Canadians must be able to trust the central bank runs under its own power and not by edicts, or even nudges, from government

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Open banking review faces ‘worrying’ delay as pandemic drives Canadians to fintech: Geoff Zochodne



Review setback sparks concern for Canadian consumers who are already sharing financial data without a federal framework

While millions struggle to make ends meet during lockdown, others are saving a fortune: Victor Ferreira



They're using freed-up cash to do everything from fast-track what were once long-term financial goals to bolstering their investment portfolios

Apple to hold virtual developer conference June 22, later than usual: Bloomberg News



Delay likely also pushes back Apple's software testing cycle, which could be another indicator of this year's iPhones launching later than usual

More than a third of Canadians say they won’t spend like they used to once lockdowns lift: Bloomberg News



The data suggest damage from the crisis on consumer behaviour and confidence could be long lived



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