Canadian Natural Bosses Take Double-Digit Pay Cut, As Alberta Readies Aid

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Canadian Natural bosses take double-digit pay cut, as Alberta readies aid: Geoffrey Morgan


The first part of a relief plan set to be announced Friday morning

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LVMH considering buying Tiffany's shares on open market - Bloomberg News - Ottawa Citizen:


French luxury goods maker LVMH , which last year agreed to buy Tiffany & Co for $16.2 billion, is considering buying shares of the U.S. jeweler for less on the open market, Bloomberg News repor…

COVID-19: Fevers on the trading floor test Wall Street’s ‘tough guy’ culture: Bloomberg News


Interviews with bankers and traders inside the industry's giants show many feel torn between public health and private profit

What the government is offering you in coronavirus-related benefits and how to get them: Jamie Golombek


Jamie Golombek: Here’s a quick summary of the major tax changes affecting individuals

Anxiety mounts among Albertans as province faces ‘profound adversity’ not seen since the 1930s: Geoffrey Morgan


Albertans fear for an already fragile economy, with businesses poised to be 'decimated' in fallout from coronavirus and oil price war

Stocks that got closest to the bricks will deliver the highest torque when things recover: Kerlow: Larysa Harapyn


Chris Kerlow, portfolio manager at Richardson GMP, speaks about positioning your portfolio amid coronavirus market volatility

Bank of England cuts rate to 0.1%, second emergency cut in about a week, and ramps up bond buying: Reuters


Battered pound rallies on announcement

‘No crisis should ever go to waste’: Canadian businesses will be stronger after coronavirus meltdown: Larysa Harapyn


Deloitte Canada chief economist Craig Alexander on how the coronavirus will change the way we live and work

What the Battle of Midway can teach investors about responding to the COVID-19 crisis: Martin Pelletier


Martin Pelletier: Now is not the time to hide, but to look at your portfolio and how it can be used strategically to reposition for the ultimate recovery

Cash is king — despite mother lode of stimulus stocks are still falling this morning: Bloomberg News


The rush into cash and havens has battered risk assets almost everywhere

‘I can only survive for a month’: Gig economy workers hit first — and hardest — by COVID-19 crisis: Vanmala Subramaniam


With little access to employment insurance benefits, no paid vacation or sick leave, their situation is increasingly dire

CORONAVIRUS LIVE UPDATES: Business, economy and market news from the pandemic response: James McLeod


As the world continues to grapple with the drastic measures required to respond to the coronavirus, the economy and markets are also in massive upheaval

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In the Post-Coronavirus World, We'll All Be More Carbon-Aware - Financial Post:


By Nathaniel Bullard(Bloomberg) —Another week and another wave of cities, regions, and entire countries shifting their work, commuting, shopping, and dining habits inward. It’s a shock,…

6 tools to help you be more productive working from home: Postmedia Network


Here are six tools that can help keep you on track and working at peak efficiency at home, in the office, or anywhere else.

‘No limits to our commitment to the euro:’ ECB to buy $820 billion of debt in emergency move to combat coronavirus hit: Reuters


With much of Europe in lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak, economic activity has come to a near standstill

Coronavirus calamity is not the time to provide less than solid economic rescue plan: Kevin Carmichael


Kevin Carmichael: Morneau needs to execute more measures, with pace

Coronavirus relief package not likely enough to stop widespread layoffs, some observers warn: Barbara Shecter


Critics say it won't prevent businesses from laying off staff, thus raising risk of closures and a deep recession

U.S. economy will shrink by 14% as coronavirus leads to worst contraction in 50 years: JPMorgan: Victor Ferreira


Even if there’s a rebound in the second half, the economy will still shrink almost 2% over year

Oil plummets below break-even point for most Canadian producers — with more pain to come - Financial Post:


Oil plummets below break-even point for most Canadian producers — with more pain to come Financial Post Oil falls 24% in 3rd worst day on record, sinks to more than 18-year low CNBC Oil's Recent Plunge Signals No End in Sight for Meltdown Rigzone View: The en…

How to protect your personal finances amid the coronavirus chaos: Jason Heath


Jason Heath: With more repercussions to come, there are still steps you can take to protect your financial wellbeing


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