Accounts Receivable Insurance: Understanding the Benefits and Costs
Companies often fail to insure accounts receivables, leaving a major asset unprotected. Learn more about accounts receivable insurance and how coverage can help you protect your company against unpredictable risks.
The data is full of devastation, but is also showing the emergence of redemption. Retail sales fell -16.4% m/m in April, weekly jobless claims continue to be an important source of fresh information, and more.
The April employment report showed wide-spread devastation, even if it was slightly better than expectations. The Canadian economy lost 2 million jobs in April after having lost 1 million the previous month. However the 2 million job loss was much better than expectations of 4 million.
Dan North provides commentary on another huge week for economic developments. Of course, most of it is grim—but not all of it! There is hope that the economy can and will rebound quickly in the post covid19 world
The Fed has several functions, one of which is regulating banks and the banking system. But the Fed has two other more important functions as well. These functions fall under the umbrella of “monetary policy,” one of the two major tools the government has to help manage the economy.
US: GDP Worse than Expected and Fed Signals Commitment
As expected the Federal Reserve made no change to policy at its meeting today. However, it sent a very clear message that it stood ready to do whatever it takes to support the economy. GDP worse than already bad expectations.
COVID-19: Contract Clauses Construction Contractors Should Know
For construction contractors, the impacts of the coronavirus crisis will be felt long after the quarantine is lifted. Here are a few simple steps to minimize the impacts from our Surety Legal Counsel, Rob Duke.
The US employment report for April 3, 2020 was worse than expected. Dan North breaks down some of the key stats from the report as well as some of the good news about the potential for future employment recovery.