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Audio commentary: Assessing Fixed Income Markets after a Re-Pricing

Mar 30, 2020 |Patrick McAllister, CFA, Mark Bayko, CFA

Fixed Income Portfolio Advisors discuss challenges posed by the coronavirus, policymaker response and opportunities that have emerged.

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How the U.S. stimulus package blunts the coronavirus shock

Mar 26, 2020 |Kelly Bogdanova

Washington is doing whatever it takes and then some. We look at who gets what from the massive relief, and consider the impact for the economy.

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US jobless claims off the charts

Mar 26, 2020 |Robert Hogue

Today's initial claims figure was at the upper end of the wide range of market expectations.

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Ontario takes out big guns to fight COVID-19

Mar 26, 2020 |Robert Hogue

The Ontario government yesterday was the latest to unveil a hefty $17 billion action plan (1.9% of GDP) to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Audio commentary: Coronavirus, the oil shock, and market impact

Mar 25, 2020 |Mark Bayko, CFA and Patrick McAllister, CFA

These are unprecedented times, full of uncertainty for all of us.

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Reflection of reality

Mar 24, 2020 |Global Portfolio Advisory Committee
The serious human toll and adverse economic and financial market consequences of COVID-19 continue to mount as the virus spreads further throughout North America and penetrates deeper in Europe. As a result, the global equity selloff has persisted with...
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Canada’s economy enters uncharted waters

Mar 24, 2020 |RBC Economics
Canada's economy faces hit from COVID-19 and oil price plunge In early March we released a forecast that looked for Canada’s economy to suffer a short, sharp decline in activity. The spread of COVID-19, the imposition of social-distancing measures and...
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Central bank policies are in a race with the coronavirus

Mar 20, 2020 |Thomas Garretson, CFA

The Fed and global central banks are moving fast to keep the financial system running as economic activity risks slowing to a walk.

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Fiscal stimulus joins the fight against the coronavirus

Mar 19, 2020 |Frédérique Carrier

We look at governments’ “antiviral injections” of cash, which are critical to buttress economies against the economic threats posed by the pathogen.

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Audio commentary: Coronavirus developments and market impact

Mar 19, 2020 |Jim Allworth

RBC Wealth Management’s latest thoughts on the unfolding coronavirus outbreak and the investment implications.

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Family business succession planning

Donna and Norm are ready for the next step of their wealth journey. Find out how a custom business succession plan helped this family transition their business into a well-funded retirement.

Consolidating assets for a secure, successful retirement

Jean-Pierre and Sharon are ready for the next step of their wealth journey – retirement. Find out how consolidating their assets and a custom financial plan helped this family feel secure and excited about their new life.

Securing your children's future with an estate plan

A recent diagnosis jolted Denise and Kevin into thinking about the support their daughter, with disabilities, would need once they're gone. Find out how this family got their "house in order," giving them relief and confidence that their daughter will be supported.

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