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Equitable Reports Record Q1 Earnings, Raises Full-Year Outlook
Equitable Reports Record Full-Year And Q4 2020 Earnings
Equitable Group Inc Says Intends To Only Purchase Maximum Of 630,000 Common Shares Under Terms Of NCIB
Equitable Group Inc. is a Canada-based company that is engaged in financial services business. The Company operates through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Equitable Bank. It serves retail and commercial customers across Canada with a range of savings solutions and lending products, offered under the Equitable Bank and EQ Bank brands. Its retail lending includes alternative single family lending and prime single family residential lending. Its commercial lending products includes commercial mortgage lending and insured multi-unit residential lending. It also serves the Canadian equipment leasing market through its subsidiary, Bennington Financial Corp. (Bennington). Bennington finances a range of assets with a focus on transportation, construction and food service equipment.
Consumer Financial Services
30 St. Clair Ave. West, Suite 700
David M. Balfour Legresley
Independent Chairman of the Board
Andrew R. Moor
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of the Company and Equitable Bank
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer
Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer of Company and Bank
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Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday, as energy stocks gained tracking crude prices after easing restrictions in the United States and parts of Europe raised hopes of higher fuel demand in the summer season.
As China imposed a sweeping national security law in Hong Kong last year after massive protests, residents of the city moved tens of billions of dollars across the globe to Canada, where thousands are hoping to forge a new future.
Canadian banks' profit margins are expected to get a boost from an earlier-than-expected increase in mortgage rates but a sustained rise could dent home loan demand, which has been the only driver of lending growth during the coronavirus pandemic.
Canada's main stock index rose to a nine-month high on Thursday as declines in energy stocks were offset by gains in major technology and mining players, while a U.S. market holiday kept trading volumes low.
Canada's main stock index traded flat on Thursday, hovering around nine-month highs as declines in energy stocks were offset by gains in major technology and mining players, while a U.S. market holiday kept trading volumes low.
Canada's main stock index rose on Friday, helped by gains in energy and material stocks and data showing upbeat wholesale trade in May as restrictions imposed to fight the coronavirus outbreak were relaxed.
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Canada's main stock index futures fell on Thursday as the World Health Organization (WHO) said COVID-19 could become endemic like HIV, fuelling concerns that recovery from the economic damages caused by the pandemic will take a long time.
Some Canadian banks have frozen new lending for smaller commercial property purchases, in some cases withdrawing letters of intent, as the coronavirus crisis raises concerns about owners’ ability to make payments, mortgage and real estate brokers said.
Nine Canadian banks, including the nation's six biggest lenders, have begun accessing the central bank's new liquidity facility, the Canadian Bankers Association said on Tuesday.
Canada's small financial institutions are waging a war for deposits, offering customers higher interest rates to shore up funding and meet demand for deferrals and loans, despite a drop in official interest rates to a decade-low. While Canada's biggest banks have multiple...
Canada's small financial institutions are waging a war for deposits, offering customers higher interest rates as they try to shore up funding, despite a drop in official interest rates to a decade-low. While Canada's biggest banks have a variety of funding sources including...
Futures for Canada's main stock index were steady on Wednesday, as investors awaited more clarity on U.S.-China trade developments.
Stock futures for Canada's main stock index were little changed on Wednesday ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy decision, where central bankers are expected to cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade.
Canada's main stock index futures rose on Monday, as oil prices gained on concerns of possible supply disruptions in the Gulf region following Iran's seizure of a British tanker last week.
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