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How bond ETFs behaved in the market sell-off

A National Bank report explains the discount to NAV

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North American stock markets and oil price rise on optimism, loonie slips

The TSX closed up 2.3% on Wednesday

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No quick recovery in sight, CIBC economists say

Workers in the travel, sports and restaurant sectors will be hard hit

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Pandemic proves bigger than Christmas for grocery stores: StatsCan

New data provides more early insight into the economic effects of Covid-19

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Annual pace of housing starts slowed in March, CMHC says

Housing starts slowed by 7.3%

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TSX inches higher while U.S. markets dip after strong rallies from lows

The Canadian dollar traded for US71.50¢ on Tuesday

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China’s economic recovery looks encouraging. Will North America’s be the same?

A report suggests the recovery in North America may not be as quick

A welcome casualty of Covid-19: GHG emissions

Pollution reduction will likely prove temporary once the crisis eases, MSCI says

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North American stock markets rise on hope of slowing growth of virus

The TSX closed up 5.1% on Monday

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Outlook on banks dimmed by deep downturn: Fitch

Economic disruption comes amid record high debt levels

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Small business owners divided on federal wage subsidy, CFIB says

Many worry they won't qualify based on the current criteria

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Bankruptcies and consumer proposals rise in February

Insolvencies also rose year over year

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S&P/TSX composite falls despite crude oil price surge to end second week higher

The TSX closed down 159.54 points on Friday

High-yield bonds face Covid-19 fallout

Recreation, retail and resource sectors look most exposed

CIBC forecasts aftermath of Covid-19 shock

The road back to corporate profitability could be a long one

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Systemic risk lurks in the shadows: DBRS

Canadian shadow bank growth has been robust, stoking systemic risk

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Canadian fixed-income ETFs see outflows in March

A “deep liquidity crunch” caused bond ETFs to trade at a discount to NAV

  • By: IE Staff
  • April 3, 2020 April 3, 2020
  • 11:46
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Fund industry weathers stock market storm

Reports on sales and assets offer initial glimpse of industry impact

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TSX rises on record surge in crude oil prices on promised OPEC ceasefire

The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 221.36 points on Thursday

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Parliamentary budget officer releases cost estimates of Covid-19 measures

The reports cover GST, the Canada Child Benefit and reduced RRIF withdrawal amounts

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Relaxed bank rules bring risks, rewards: Moody’s

Regulatory relief has positive and negative consequences

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Trade data show initial effects of Covid-19

Data collection affected by the pandemic, StatsCan says

Wells Fargo claws back US$75 million from top execs in sales scandal

Profit forecasts drop for Wall Street

Corporate earnings could see the biggest impact from the pandemic in Q2

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North American stock markets follow weak first quarter with poor April start

The TSX closed down nearly 4% on Wednesday

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Basel III delays help Europe’s banks most: Fitch

The delay gives banks the flexibility to deal with the Covid-19 crisis