For Canadian tourism, Canadians matter most

For Canadian tourism, Canadians matter most

May 26, 2020 |RBC Economics
Sector has more to fear from Canadians staying home than closed borders Key Points: Domestic tourism accounts for about 80% of tourism spending in Canada Canadians last year spent about $900 million more abroad per month than foreigners spent here Canadian...
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8 ways COVID will transform the economy and disrupt every business

8 ways COVID will transform the economy and disrupt every business

May 22, 2020 |John Stackhouse

If there is one lesson from the pandemic of 2020, it may be this: We are biological beings in a digital age.

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Growth versus value investing in a COVID-19 world

Growth versus value investing in a COVID-19 world

May 21, 2020 |Kelly Bogdanova

While some tempting cases can be made for value, we think it’s too soon to go big into value stocks at the expense of growth stocks.

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Audio commentary: The outlook for U.S. equity markets

Audio commentary: The outlook for U.S. equity markets

May 19, 2020 |Lori Calvasina and Janet Engels

RBC Capital Markets’ Head of U.S. Equity Strategy offers her perspective on the rebound and beyond.

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Augmented reality in a post-COVID world

Augmented reality in a post-COVID world

May 18, 2020 |John Stackhouse

A post-COVID reality might become a lot more… virtual

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U.S. stock market rally: Lopsided leadership

May 15, 2020 |Kelly Bogdanova

The rally’s narrowness doesn’t negate the move, and if the bottoming process is for real we should see more inclusive participation in months ahead.

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Audio commentary: Checking in on Internet trends with Mark Mahaney

May 13, 2020 |Mark Mahaney

Top-ranked Internet analyst Mark Mahaney, Managing Director with RBC Capital Markets, joins Janet Engels, Head of the Portfolio Advisory Group – U.S., to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on online trends.

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Canada's economy has been put on notice

May 12, 2020 |John Stackhouse

Fallout from the measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have had a disproportionate impact on small businesses.

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After the fall

After the fall

May 11, 2020 |Josh Nye

April was a month of extremes. Survey data suggest economic activity contracted at an unprecedented rate as many economies were partially locked down in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The economic eclipse

The economic eclipse

May 08, 2020 |RBC Economics

Health crisis and oil price crash blacked out Canada's economy in April

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