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While Joe Biden is projected to win the election, it appears he’ll have to work with a status quo, i.e., divided, Congress. What’s next?
We can look through the COVID-19 valley and focus more confidently on the recovery and post-pandemic world. Do investors need to rethink positioning?
Call it a carbon copy of September: Canada’s largest housing markets remained piping hot last month—at, or near record highs—with suburbs getting much of the action and downtown areas seeing a lot of condos put up for sale.
We look beyond the outcome of the U.S. elections to understand how the changing political landscape could affect stock market investments.
The 5G rollout should lead to a meaningful increase in communications equipment sales growth and more wide spread adoption of cutting-edge technology.
While votes are still being counted, the equity market has been taking things in stride so far, and we explain why investors should do the same.
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.
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