What to expect this earnings season

Jul 23, 2021 | Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management


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In our blog post this week, we share the latest podcast in The Download series, What to expect this earnings season. Also below, we’ve included the most recent #MacroMemo, Rising infections and inflation, easing restrictions, return to office and more, from RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, Eric Lascelles.

In addition to our economic commentary, we’ve included a few other read-worthy articles this week:

  • The Wealthy Barber: How a cottage can complicate estate planning
  • Take 2 Minutes: Backups
  • A new mobile experience for RBC Wealth Management online banking

As always, we end our weekly post with a few good news stories from in and around our community.


Podcast: What to expect this earnings season

The emergence of the Delta variant and ongoing inflation concerns has likely dampened earnings expectations for more economically-sensitive companies. On the other hand, secular growth companies that have thrived during the pandemic, may have higher hopes. This episode, Stu Kedwell, Co-Head of North American Equities, shares his key considerations as companies roll out their second quarter earnings reports.

 

Listen to the podcast online:What to expect this earnings season

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Listen time: 9 minutes, 42 seconds

 

Rising infections and inflation, easing restrictions, return to office and more

As global infections rise, Eric Lascelles looks at how different countries are tackling the persistent Delta variant spread. He observes a slowing U.S. economy, while the Canadian economy is picking up steam as the country reopens. Finally, he shares some thoughts on recent inflation and geopolitical developments.

Watch the video online: Rising infections and inflation, easing restrictions, return to office and more

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Watch time: 15 minutes 37 seconds

The Wealthy Barber: How a cottage can complicate estate planning

Man leaning against a blue wall. Logo: RBC Wealth Management Royal TrustWhat’s the best approach to dealing with your cottage from an estate planning perspective? David Chilton answers this difficult question.

Watch the full video to learn more: How a cottage can complicate estate planning

 

Take 2 Minutes: Backups

Text surrounded by two circles: Take 2 minutes. Icons of a phone, lock, and key in bottom right corner. Backing up your devices is easier than you may think. Keeping separate copies of family photos, music, emails, and important files means if one copy goes missing, you haven't lost it forever.

Read more online: Take 2 Minutes: Backups

Coming soon! A new mobile experience for RBC Wealth Management Online

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In the coming weeks, your RBC Dominion Securities experience on the RBC Mobile app will be updated to provide you with more functionality and a refreshed design. With the new update, you will be able to:

  • Sign in effortlessly with Touch ID®, Face ID® or fingerprint authentication* if you have connected your RBC banking and investment accounts
  • Access information and tools to help you manage your wealth while you’re on the go.
  • Quickly toggle between your various RBC accounts
  • Share important information with us through two-way secure messaging
  • Safely transfer funds between your RBC accounts whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you
  • Enjoy all the same features as the full website version of RBC Wealth Management Online

If you don’t have the RBC Mobile app already installed, detailed instructions on how to download the app are available online. Click here for the complete list of RBC Wealth Management Online How-To Guides, and choose the link “How to install the RBC Mobile app”.

*Depending on the available features and your preferences on your mobile device.

 

Community Corner

Each week, we like to end our post with a few good news stories from in and around the community. We hope that they brighten your day!

 

As always, we are available to connect with you personally. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 519-822-2024 or elineskyschuett@rbc.com.