How the family office is redefining itself in the age of uncertainty

Nov 26, 2021 |RBC Wealth Management

Agile, growth-focused moves by family offices in the last two years have helped the ultra-high net worth grow their wealth and expand their legacy.

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What's up with inflation?

Nov 19, 2021 |Dawn Desjardins

“High” inflation means different things to different generations. To the earliest baby boomers, the term conjures memories of the double-digit increases of the mid-70s to early-80s and sky-high mortgage rates.

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The Great Canadian Savings Puzzle

Oct 28, 2021 |Claire Fan, RBC Economics

Canadian households accumulated the highest amount of excess savings among G7 countries during the pandemic.

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The $2 Trillion Transition: Canada’s Road to Net Zero

Oct 21, 2021 |RBC Thought Leadership

We know the consequences of climate change. We know the causes, too. We even know what can be done to address it.

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The long and winding road to recovery

Sep 13, 2021 |Craig Wright, Dawn Desjardins and Nathan Janzen

The spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19 and slow vaccination rates in many emerging market economies created another detour in the road to recovery for the global economy.

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Preparing Indigenous youth for a digital future

Sep 03, 2021 |RBC Economics

Over the next decade, 750,000 Indigenous youth will move through the education system and into early careers. What will they need to thrive?

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The Coming Creativity Boom: How human ingenuity will power the 2020s

Jul 30, 2021 |Trinh Theresa Do, Sonya Bell, Andrew Schrumm

We spent months talking to experts about why creativity is a competitive advantage. Throughout this report, you’ll hear from them directly.

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Inclusive recovery is imperative for Canada’s labour market

Jun 10, 2021 |Rannella Billy-Ochieng’

Finding ways to better engage the skills of visible minority workers could boost GDP by close to $30 billion per year.

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Canadian housing markets take a slight dip but remain strong

May 12, 2021 |Robert Hogue

Inventories generally remain low, leaving few options for buyers to fight over and fueling widespread bidding wars.

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House prices spiked further across Canada, despite more sellers

Apr 20, 2021 |Robert Hogue

Soaring prices and the start of the spring season attracted more sellers, according to early reports from local real estate boards.

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