Revenues in the quarter jumped to $4.72 billion from $4.38 billion. Free cash flow, a key indicator watched by investors, improved by 76 per cent to $872 million this year from $495 million last year.For 2017, Bombardier reported a loss of $553 million, or 25 cents per diluted share, an improvement from its loss of $981 million, or 48 cents per share, a year earlier.The company also saw its ownership stake in its lucrative transportation division increase from 70 to 72.5 per cent after it exceeded undisclosed financial targets set as a result of the investment by Caisse de d et placement du Qu The Quebec pension fund stake in the transportation division is reduced from 30 to 27.5 per cent.Bombardier order backlog for its transportation division, its most profitable sector, increased to $34.4 billion at the end of 2017 from $30.1 billion last year. Revenues for the transportation division increased to $8.52 billion from $7.57 billion in 2016..
Toronto existing homes market is seeing a massive decline in prices or is it? The latest numbers from the Teranet National Bank Composite House Index look like they tell a different story.The index, released Monday, shows Toronto prices actually rose 2.1 per cent from June to July and national prices were up two per cent from a month earlier. The Toronto results, at first glance, appear out of sync with Toronto Real Estate Board results which show prices have declined almost 21.5 per cent from a peak hit in mid April before the province put in measures like a foreign buyer tax to cool the market in and around the city.But Marc Pinsonneault, an economist with National Bank, said his index needs to be examined more closely and, as his firm went out of its way to explain in a note, that the index reflects a three month rolling average, or what it calls a index The 2.1 per increase was an average of May, June and July and therefore not fully reflective of the falling Toronto market.Monday, it also released a so called unsmoothed index, which offers a better snapshot of July, comparing it to June. The result was 0.3 per cent decline for all dwellings in the Toronto region.(the index) was built, people wanted to soften the monthly fluctuations, said Pinsonneault, adding the main index number might not reflect a quickly declining market like Toronto is now seeing.
“As a result of a workout, four major things happen,” explains Christopher Wahl, MD, chief of sports medicine in the department of orthopedic surgery at UC San Diego Health System. “Your body gets dehydrated, your energy stores are depleted, there’s temporary muscle damage and there’s mental fatigue.” For true recovery, you need to address all four of those factors. Otherwise “you’ll increase your risk of injury and won’t be able to perform to your full potential next time,” notes Kari Brown Budde, DPT, a sports physical therapist in Columbus, Ohio..