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The Canadian Bankers Association plans to work 'diligently' to freeze bank accounts associated with illegal, anti-vaccine protests that blocked Canada's trade.
MEDIA ADVISORY - TD Bank Group Executive to Present at the RBC Global Financial Institutions Conference
Kelvin Tran, CFO, TD Bank Group will present virtually at the RBC 2022 Global Financial Institutions Conference on March 9, 2022. His presentation will begin at 9:20 a.m. ET. A live audio webcast will be available on the Investor Relations section of TD's website at www.td.com/investor. A transcript of the event will be available after the call at www.td.com/investor/calendar_arch.jsp.
Having been around a year since GameStop’s stock gained notoriety through the infamous short squeeze, “meme stocks” continued their rise to prominence throughout 2021 and remain at the forefront of investors’ minds today. According to data collected in a recent Charles Schwab Trader Sentiment Survey, the majority of investors believe meme stocks still have the ability to move markets this year.
Sea Ltd, AbbVie, Toronto Dominion Bank and Avis Budget were our top stock trades for Tuesday.
Toronto-Dominion Bank froze two personal bank accounts, one of which included C$1.4 million ($1.1 million), to support “Freedom Convoy” protesters in Canada who are pushing back against vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 procedures. The decision to freeze the accounts was confirmed by a spokesperson for the bank in a statement,
TD Asset Management Inc. ("TDAM") today announced the February cash distributions for the TD Exchange-Traded Funds (the "TD ETFs") listed below. Unitholders of record on February 25, 2022 will receive cash distributions payable on March 4, 2022.
TORONTO: Toronto-Dominion Bank has frozen two personal bank accounts into which C$1.4 million ($1.1 million) had been deposited to support protesters fighting the Canadian government’s pandemic measures, a bank spokesperson said on Saturday. The demonstrations, dubbed the “Freedom Convoy” by Canadian truckers opposing a vaccination mandate for cross-border drivers as well as other pandemic restrictions, are now in their third week. They have gridlocked the capital Ottawa and blocked US-Canada border crossings, damaging trade between the two countries. Early on Saturday, Canadian police began clearing protesters blocking a key bridge linking Canada and the United States. TD applied to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on Friday to take the funds, which were sent through GoFundMe and ...
2/2 © Reuters. Demonstrators gather downtown as truckers and supporters continue to protest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine mandates, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, February 12, 2022. REUTERS/Blair Gable 2/2 By Nichola Saminather TORONTO (Reuters) -Toronto-Dominion Bank has frozen two personal bank accounts into which C$1.4 million ($1.1 million) had been deposited to support protesters fighting the …
TORONTO Toronto-Dominion Bank has frozen two personal bank accounts into which C$1.4 million had been deposited to support protesters fighting the Canadian governments pandemic measures, a bank spokesperson said on Saturday. The demonstrations, dubbed the Freedom Convoy by Canadian truckers opposing a vaccination mandate for cross-border drivers as well as other pandemic restrictions, are