Bay Street eyes dividends, M&A as Big Six banks close 2020
Canada's largest banks head into the final reporting season of their fiscal year riding a wave of momentum that's seen their shares outperform the broader index this month.
Air Canada looks to grow cargo business, pilots ratify contract changes
The Montreal-based airline has seen its business plunge this year as travellers stopped flying due to the pandemic, however the airline has been looking to grow in other ways including cargo flights.
Wall Street records break quietly in market that has seen it all
Hitting a big level in markets used to mean something on Wall Street, but these days each bullish watershed makes an ever-smaller splash.
Trudeau expects most Canadians could be vaccinated by Sept. 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back against critics of his government's COVID-19 vaccination plan with assurances most Canadians would be inoculated by September 2021, with a former NATO commander leading distribution.
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We've already surpassed our online 2018 and 2019 Q4 sales: Mastermind Toys CEO
Sarah Jordan, CEO of Mastermind Toys, joins BNN Bloomberg to provide perspective on how the toy retailer has been doing during this second COVID-19 wave. She says that online sales remain very strong, curbside pickup is strong, and she's really getting a sense that customers want to shop Canadian and local this year.
TFSA contributions: What to know as 2021 limits hold steady at $6,000
As Canadians think about adding to their TFSAs, there are key characteristics of the investment vehicle to keep in mind.
Pattie Lovett-Reid: Low rates hit seniors and savers the hardest
CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid looks at how low rates for longer spells bad news for savers - and what they can do about it.
Charting the global economy: Recession recovery is wildly uneven
The world’s economic recovery is wildly uneven -- and that again was on display this week.