In fact, any time a Canadian downloads a movie, sends a text, calls a friend, checks e-mail, listens to the weather report, watches the news, or catches a pro sports game in Toronto (other than baseball), the odds are pretty good that BCE's ...
May 2 Bce Inc. * Bce to sell a portion of MTS Wireless subscribers and assign certain dealer locations to Telus. * As part of transaction, Bell will also assign one-third of mts dealer locations in Manitoba to Telus.
There are few companies that span our everyday lives as much as BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE)(NYSE:BCE) does. The behemoth communications company primarily serves the country through wireless, Internet and TV services to the consumer and business sectors.
In the past, this wasn't as much of a concern because most people had full-time jobs that offered decent pension plans. When combined with the CPP and OAS payments, retirees could get by without having to rely on other savings.
Ideally, the companies hold dominant positions in their industries and have few serious competitors. Let's take a look at BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE)(NYSE:BCE) and Canadian National Railway Company (TSX:CNR)(NYSE:CNI) to see if one is a better TFSA pick.
On 5/3/2016, shares of BCE, Inc. (NYSE:BCE) fell -1.69% in trading session and finally closed at $45.99. The company most recent volume stood at 908.72 thousand shares as compared to its average volume of 799.13 thousand shares.