|Bid||32.84 x 1200|
|Ask||32.85 x 1000|
|Day's Range||32.65 - 33.69|
|52 Week Range||21.57 - 45.61|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.13|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.88|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.48 (1.48%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 28, 2020|
|1y Target Est||39.90|
Brookfield Property Partners' parent came forward with a "deal" for unit holders, and the price took off accordingly.
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Canada's financial capital, Toronto, staged a cautious restart of its economy on Wednesday following a three-month pandemic-driven shutdown as several of its biggest employers kept staff working from home to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. At the usually bustling Union Station, spitting distance from the city's financial core and the intersection of Toronto's subway, the regional train system and bus network, staff outnumbered commuters. Downtown Toronto streets, normally gridlocked on pre-pandemic weekdays, were mostly free of traffic during what would have been the morning rush hour in the country's most populous city.
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BROOKFIELD, NEWS, June 22, 2020 -- Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (TSX: BAM.A, NYSE: BAM) today announced that after having taken into account all election notices received.
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(Bloomberg) -- The heads of 27 Canadian companies, including the CEOs of two large banks and Brookfield Asset Management Inc., are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and provincial premiers to ease air travel restrictions.Most international flights have been canceled and the U.S.-Canada border has been shut to most travelers since March 21 -- a policy that was extended to July 21. Last week, Air Canada Chief Executive Officer Calin Rovinescu called the restrictions “disproportionate” as the coronavirus outbreak improves in most parts of Canada.Now Rovinescu has the backing of the chief executive officers of nine companies in the S&P/TSX 60, who are among the 27 signatories to a letter published in Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper on Thursday.“We are now entering a new phase, one in which we must find a responsible way to co-exist with Covid-19 until there is a vaccine. This includes prudently and thoughtfully opening aviation and lifting restrictions to safely resume travel throughout all provinces of Canada, as well as from select countries,” the executives wrote.Signatories include top executives from:Banks: Royal Bank of Canada and Bank of Nova ScotiaCommunications: BCE, Telus and Rogers CommunicationsEnergy: Enbridge, TransAlta and HuskyAviation: Air Canada, WestJet and PorterTransportation: Canadian National RailwayManufacturing: Magna International, LinamarAsset Management: Brookfield, Fairfax FinancialCanada has seen a reduction of new cases and deaths from Covid-19 in recent weeks as it finally quells an outbreak in its two largest cities that has claimed thousands of lives. The country had nearly 100,000 virus cases and 8,254 deaths as of Wednesday evening.Policy makers in Canada have also been watching the rise in cases in several large U.S. states as they weigh a loosening of travel rules. Air travel between the U.S. and Canada has grown sharply in recent years, reaching 26.4 million passengers on scheduled flights in 2018, according to Statistics Canada data.Air travel is “critical for the entire Canadian economy,” the executives wrote. “In addition to the human tragedy resulting from the virus, the economic impact has also been unprecedented.”Air RecycledMike McNaney, CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, said the country should follow the move of other regions like the European Union, which has allowed travel between member states. The EU is also targeting inbound travel next month from other jurisdictions that have flattened the virus curve and are following new travel protocols, McNaney said.Travel between the U.S. and Canada should also be considered on a targeted basis, McNaney said on BNN Bloomberg TV.The airline industry has worked hard to make flying as safe and comfortable as possible, he added. Passengers will see masks, health questionnaires, and temperature checks at airports. “What they do not see is the incredible expansion in scope and frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of aircraft cabins as well as airports,” he added.Contrary to popular belief, the air in cabins is not stagnant but recycled every several minutes with a hospital-grade air filter that captures 99% of impurities, McNaney added.(Updates with comments from industry group CEO in last section.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
BROOKFIELD, NEWS, June 15, 2020 -- Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (TSX: BAM.A, NYSE: BAM) today announced that all eight nominees proposed for election to the board of.
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The coronavirus pandemic will not be the end of office buildings, Brookfield Asset Management Chief Executive Bruce Flatt said on Wednesday in an interview with Reuters Breakingviews. Office workers globally have shifted to working from home during the pandemic, with Gallup reporting that 62% of employed Americans in April had worked from home during the crisis, double the number in March. Toronto-based Brookfield manages over $515 billion in assets and is the parent company of Brookfield Property Partners, a real estate company that holds one of the largest commercial portfolios in the world.
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Private equity firm Sycamore Partners is in preliminary talks to acquire J.C. Penney Co Inc <JCP.N> out of bankruptcy should the U.S. department store chain's negotiations with its creditors fail, three people familiar with the matter said on Friday. J.C. Penney, which employs roughly 85,000 people, filed for bankruptcy protection in May after the coronavirus pandemic forced it to temporarily close its more than 800 stores across the United States, compounding financial woes that stemmed from years of dwindling sales. Sycamore is weighing acquiring J.C. Penney outright or making an investment in the troubled retailer, the sources said.
The Loan has been made to a 100% owned non-operating subsidiary of Polaris that holds all of the equity of its operating run-of-river hydro projects in Peru , including the Canchayllo (5 MW), El Carmen (8 MW) and the 8 de Agosto (20 MW) projects. The use of proceeds of the Loan will be to repay the US$4.0 million aggregate principal amount of the existing senior loan at Canchayllo, with the remaining net proceeds to be used for general corporate purposes by Polaris.
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