Even as markets get choppy, Asia will lead the way with better recovery momentum from the coronavirus pandemic, says Ray Farris of Credit Suisse.
Support for the U.S. dollar has eroded over the past decade and the greenback is currently at the start of a downward adjustment, says Jason Daw of Societe Generale.
Mary Nicola of PineBridge Investments explains that the lingering uncertainty linked to virus management in Asia makes U.S. dollar denominated Asian bonds more attractive than their local currency counterparts
Saktiandi Supaat of Maybank discusses the sterling's outlook in light of a possible Brexit trade deal and also outlook on the Korean won.
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Canada’s hard-hit hospitality industry is asking for more help from government to survive the economic impact of COVID-19. But even as hotel owners are seeking more aid from Ottawa, some of their workers say they’re not making good use of relief programs already out there.
Retailer Le Château is seeking court protection from its creditors while it winds down its operations and liquidates its assets.
While Canada is still faring better than many countries, it has lost its coveted image as a nation widely recognized as having flattened the COVID-19 curve after EU removes Canadians from its list of approved travellers.
The UN’s Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance lays out “the greatest commercial opportunity of our times” and where Canada can lead.
The European Union officially removed Canada from a list of countries that should not be subjected to incoming travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exxon Mobil Corp is "very close" to completing its workforce appraisals in the United States and Canada and expects to unveil job cuts, its chief executive told employees in an email on Wednesday.