China has real comparative advantage in sectors like renewable energy and new infrastructure, areas which are set to gain from the stimulus package from the Biden administration, says Ray Farris of Credit Suisse.
As Janet Yellen will return to the "hands-off" approach, U.S. dollar may get stabilized or even rise in the near term, but it will continue to weaken over the medium term, says John Velis of BNY Mellon Markets.
Manpreet Gill of Standard Chartered shares his investment strategy, explaining why he thinks Japan and Europe will benefit from the rotation into value this year.
Bhaskar Laxminarayan of Bank Julius Baer says improved U.S.-China relations and dollar weakness make Asian equities and fixed income attractive.
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WestJet temporarily grounded a Boeing 737 Max jet that was supposed to fly from Calgary to Toronto on Friday after a warning light came on in the cockpit prior to takeoff.
COVID-19 has been far from sweet for Godiva, which has decided to sell or close its stores across North America.
Island Abbey Foods, makers of Honibe cough and cold lozenges, is eliminating 30 temporary staff at its Charlottetown production plant.
Retail sales have risen for seven months in a row and are now more than five per cent higher than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic began, Statistics Canada said Friday.
Following news reports that out-of-state residents — including Canadians — are flocking to Florida to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the state is now requiring proof of residency for vaccine recipients.
More than 200,000 Canadian businesses could close permanently during the COVID-19 crisis, throwing millions of people out of work as the resurgence of the virus worsens across much of the country, according to new research.