In our blog post this week, we are sharing two great resources that will provide you with the latest in economic news, including insight into the global economy and the US markets:
- Video: Mixed Delta messages, business cycle update, inflation and varied economic growth
- What’s pushing U.S. stocks to climb the wall of worry?
In addition to the economic updates provided this week, we are thrilled to include your invitation to the next event in our Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series, Thinking about what comes next, in conversation with Jim Allworth. Event details and your RSVP link are below.
We are also excited to introduce you to the newest member of our associate team, Brittany Beach. You can read more about the role that Brittany will play on our team in this week’s blog post.
RBC has created a new video series, At home with RBC. From arts and culture to lifestyle and sports, this series has a little something for everyone. This week, we have included a video with a great recipe for your next backyard barbeque, Handsome Hog’s BBQ chopped salad.
As always, we end our weekly post with a few good news stories from in and around our community.
Video: Mixed Delta messages, business cycle update, inflation and varied economic growth
In this video, RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, Eric Lascelles, observes how different countries are faring against the Delta variant as global cases are starting to stabilize. In the United States, economic growth is decelerating while the Canadian economy is still gaining speed. Finally, he shares an update on the U.S. business cycle, inflation and more.
Watch the video online: Mixed Delta messages, business cycle update, inflation and varied economic growth
What’s pushing U.S. stocks to climb the wall of worry?
The U.S. equity market has continued to drift higher despite a wall of worry: delta variant headwinds, the recent plunge in Treasury yields, ongoing inflation and supply chain challenges, and uncertainties about the economic recovery. Is the market being complacent? No, not if you consider the great motivator: profits.
Read more online: What’s pushing U.S. stocks to climb the wall of worry?
Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series: Thinking about what comes next, in conversation with Jim Allworth
Through more than four decades at RBC Dominion Securities and a predecessor firm, Jim has developed investment policy and translated it into solutions for individual clients. He is the RBC Dominion Securities investment strategist and Co-Chair of the Global Portfolio Advisory Committee.
Kindly RSVP by September 6 by clicking on the button below.
A link to the event website will be provided with your registration confirmation.
Introducing Brittany Beach
We are excited to introduce you to the newest member of the Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management team, Brittany Beach. As an experienced wealth management associate, Brittany will provide support for our trading operations and day-to-day account maintenance. Brittany will play a vital role in our commitment to providing exceptional client service.
At home with RBC
We are excited to share a specially curated series featuring experts from arts and culture, food and wine, lifestyle and sports, and more, entertaining you from the comfort of your own home. Watch our website each week for a new video in the At home with RBC series.
Handsome Hog’s BBQ chopped salad
Watch the video online: Handsome Hog’s BBQ chopped salad
Each week, we like to end our blog posts with a few good news stories from in and around the community. We hope that they brighten your day!
- Classic Car Cruise ‘second lap’ to be held in Hillsburgh
- Guelph Ribfest returns as drive-through event
- Guelph/Eramosa Firefighters Association donate $1,000 worth of gift cards to East Wellington Community Services
- Burgers to Beat MS Day coming to Halton Hills A&W restaurants
- CALL TO NATURE: See Milton nature photos submitted by our [Inside Halton] readers
- Downtown Guelph gets a little more colourful at night (5 photos)
As always, we are available to connect with you personally. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 519-822-2024 or email@example.com.