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Watch: Shopify reports a 41% jump in revenue compared to 2020
... 2020, bringing its market value to $121 billion, surpassing Royal Bank of Canada as the most valuable company on the Toronto Stock Exchange . In the first week of January, Tobi Ltke's company lost that title, falling below RBC , before tumbling past Toronto-Dominion Bank to third place. The stock closed at $1,132. On Tuesday, 62 recovered from an early week low of $1,027 and rebounded from a 2022 low of 62. Many analysts had cut their ratings of Shopify shares, believing that they were too overvalued in the economic ...
Updated: 02/16/2022
Bank freezes two personal accounts to support Freedom Convoy
Toronto-Dominion Bank froze two personal bank accounts, one of which included C $1.4 million $1:1.1 million to support Freedom Convoy protesters in Canada who are pushing back against vaccine mandates and other COVID 19 procedures. Toronto-Dominion Bank froze two personal ...
Updated: 02/15/2022
A Canadian bank adds child daycare, elder care to employees
As lenders struggle for talent and to build workforces with more diversity, Toronto-Dominion Bank is adding child daycare and elder care as eligible expenses for employees wellness accounts. As lenders struggle for talent and to build workforces with more diversity, Toronto-Dominion Bank is adding child daycare and elder care as eligible expenses ...
Updated: 02/13/2022
The US economy is about to get a whole lot of jobs
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Updated: 02/09/2022
Banks are paying investment bankers 18 per cent for tech talent
... banks have never faced more competition for workers in engineering, artificial intelligence, data, mathematics, and coding. More than 2,000 technology workers will be hired this year, more than six times the number it added last year, according to Toronto-Dominion Bank . Any significant increase in hiring would be a turnaround from the past two years. Canada 's six largest banks added 1,800 workers last year, a gain of 0.5 per cent, after their workforces shrank by 11,554 people, or 3 per cent, in 2020. Although ...
Updated: 01/28/2022
The fall of Shopify shares just got the tech darling off the market
... from growth stocks, including Shopify , though analysts remain positive about the company's prospects. Shopify lost its title as Canada 's biggest publicly traded company in the first week of January, falling below Royal Bank, before tumbling past Toronto-Dominion Bank in the third week of January. Shopify 's stock was trading at $1,152. 42 per share was at 2: 10 p.m. in Toronto , a 46 per cent plunge from the all-time high of $2,139. The collapse of Shopify 's stock price appears to have little to do with anything ...
Updated: 01/21/2022
Rising interest rates could lead to fall home sales, study says
... been a lot of speculation about what rising interest rates could do to Canada 's hot housing market. According to the report by chief economist Brendon Ogmundson, home sales are expected to fall and home price growth will be moderate. In the past, Bank of Canada tightening has usually resulted in falling home sales and flattening home prices, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see the same happening in the upcoming tightening, he said. His study looked at four scenarios ranging from the Bank's overnight ...
Updated: 01/19/2022
Housing starts slow in December as shortage of existing homes continues
... end of December. Some easing in December s starts data was expected due to the outsized November surge. On a trend basis, the pace of starts remains strong, stimulated by strong demand, low levels of new inventories and elevated prices, according to Toronto-Dominion Bank economist Rishi Sondhi. December marked the slowest pace of construction since the same month in 2020, but single-family home construction increased 28 per cent and 19 per cent last year after depressed levels in 2020 due to COVID 19 shutdowns. The ...
Updated: 01/18/2022
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