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The outline of the Q4 2020 earnings picture is encouraging. The market may take a breather in the near term, but the long-term setup is constructive.
While Canadian women tend to live about five years longer than men, research shows females account for about 70 percent of people living with dementia and brain-aging diseases.
Fixed income investors will largely have to play defense this year as bond markets try to work their way through to a more normal yield environment.
The free trade agreement between the EU and UK brings relief and challenges. We take a close look at the agreement and potential impact for investors.
The chaos unleashed in Washington has shaken us all. And yet the stock market was largely unfazed. Amid all the challenges today, is it defying logic?
While we are optimistic about the progress that we will make in 2021, it's clear that there will be no going back. Globally 'normal' is being re-imagined and the focus is on pivoting, building new and building better.
As parents think about the legacy they want to leave, educating the next generation around sustainability can help leave a lasting impact on generations to come.
In a year of grief and gratitude, of thinking global while supporting local, of showing care by staying away, we take a moment to share a few of the simplest things that brought us the most joy in 2020.
As the Fed settles in for the long haul, we look at what’s behind the Fed’s thinking, the fiscal stimulus taking shape, and the impact for investors.
COVID-19 vaccines and a weak dollar solidify our positive view of emerging market equities, and undemanding valuations further burnish their appeal.
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