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While it could be a bumpy ride ahead, the greatest deteriorations in economic conditions and equity markets are likely in the rearview mirror.
Among the seismic shifts the pandemic has spurred across the Canadian economy, few are as profound as those that have rocked Canadian real estate.
The outcome will impact U.S. trade, foreign, and regulatory policies. We look at the repercussions for the EU and UK as well as portfolio strategy.
Cybersecurity was already in focus, but COVID-19 has front-loaded years of future spending into the near term, fostering new business processes.
Despite risks and concerns of inflation being top of mind for fixed income investors, we explain why we believe inflation should not be a near- or intermediate-term problem for them.
Our faces are travelling everywhere, even when we're not.
Even as another much-needed round of fiscal stimulus in the U.S. twists in the wind, growth does appear to have a clearer path forward.
The pandemic has magnified the value proposition of streaming services and could potentially accelerate the cord-cutting and cord-shaving trends towards cable TV.
While 77 percent of Canadians believe they are knowledgeable on cyber security, only 16 percent could identify the majority of cyber terms correctly.
As the 2020 U.S. election approaches we examine how results could affect the Fed, its policies, and U.S. fixed income markets.