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WSJ Recognizes BMO as One of the World’s Most Sustainably Managed Companies

The Wall Street Journal named BMO Financial Group among the top 15 of its first ever ranking of the 100 most sustainably managed companies in the world. BMO is the only bank in the top 50 and the only Canadian bank to be listed in the rankings. read more

Airlines Find Unexpected Benefits in New Lease Accounting Standards

According to the Wall Street Journal, the new lease accounting standards do not count airline gate and ticket counter leases as liabilities, allowing airlines to exclude those leases from their balance sheets. read more

FASB Votes to Extend CECL Implementation for Some Lenders

The Wall Street Journal reported that the FASB has proposed to extend by three years the implementation deadline of CECL for small public lenders, private lenders and nonprofits. read more

WSJ: Tractors Take Hit from Tariff Trickle Down

According to the Wall Street Journal, manufacturers of tractors and other farming equipment report weak demand for new equipment as the industry’s on-going slump continues to be exacerbated by trade tensions between the U.S. and China. read more

Harley-Davidson Pursues New Customers with Expanded In-House Financing

According to the Wall Street Journal, Harley-Davidson has ramped up its in-house financing arm in the last few years as it continues to seek out new customers beyond its primary aging baby boomer demographic. read more

New Lease Accounting Standards Can Lead to New Savings for Companies

According to the Wall Street Journal, the new lease accounting standards have given some companies the opportunity to find unexpected savings, despite the more time-intensive reporting requirements. read more

WSJ Live Call Will Delve “Inside the Decline of GE”

In a follow up to its in-depth article, “GE Powered the American Century—Then It Burned Out,” the Wall Street Journal will hold a live call today with the journalists behind the story. read more

Banks Predict Crude to Average $63/Barrel

The Wall Street Journal reported that banks have raised their crude oil price forecasts for the sixth straight month and expect the price of Brent crude to average $63 a barrel this year. read more

Wells Fargo Says WSJ Foreign Exchange Story Misleading

In a news release, Wells Fargo strongly disputed the characterization of its foreign exchange pricing as being unfair and unfavorable to its customers, as alleged in a story published by the Wall Street Journal. read more

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