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Making the most of ESG data and scores

September 30, 2022 |RBC Wealth Management

As environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing continues to gain interest, so do the ESG scores and ratings that are used to measure risk.

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2022: Boldly Going Where No Year Has Gone Before

September 22, 2022 |Matt Barasch

2022 is on a bold (and painful) course that has rarely, if ever, been travelled before. We look at a series of charts that truly capture how 2022 is exploring "strange new worlds" and boldly going where [no year] has gone before.

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A Living Curriculum: Rocker Robb Nash takes his mental health advocacy into classrooms

September 20, 2022 |DA Marketing

New school program empowers students to open up about mental health and ask for help.

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The price of power: How to cut Canada's net zero electricity bill

September 20, 2022 |Colin Guldimann

Is Canada ready to meet a 50% surge in electricity consumption over the next decade? It's a tall order, even unlikely at our current pace of decision-making.

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Inflation: We Can't Quit You

September 16, 2022 |Matt Barasch

The market had a tizzy following a 0.1% increase in August CPI. But there are reasons to be optimistic that higher rates, declining demand, falling gas prices and a likely sharp decline in OER will lead to normalizing CPI by the early next year.

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A Just Transition to net zero

September 16, 2022 |RBC Wealth Management

Just Transition is a movement defined by The Paris Agreement of 2015 as countries working together for equitable distribution of the costs and benefits of climate action via workers, employers, communities, society and governments.

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Jobs in the Time Post-Covid

September 09, 2022 |Matt Barasch

This week we will take a brief look at the Canadian job market, inflation, stocks and bonds.

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Goodflation gives way to Servflation

September 06, 2022 |Matt Barasch

The overriding narrative of 2022 has been that inflation is way too high and central bankers must work aggressively to rein it in.

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