No Hoarding, No Problem

The Bank of Canada is shelving its “dead money” criticism of corporations it once accused of hoarding cash amid the lowest tax rates of the postwar era. Governor Stephen Poloz told MPs he found no fault with firms sitting on more than a half-trillion dollars in accumulated revenues: “Companies and their boards have been going through a lot”.

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