Your economic update this week includes a new podcast from Eric Lascelles, Chief Economist with RBC Global Asset Management, Slow recovery and high inflation, and an article that provides deeper insight into the effects of the proposed infrastructure and legislation south of the boarder, What will be the effect of fiscal policy on consumers?
With the borders reopening and many people travelling south for a winter getaway, there are a few new rules that you should be familiar with before you go. We’ve included your link to the article, Tips for a safe and happy border crossing, to help you plan for a fantastic (and trouble free) holiday.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing videos from the new series, Uncomplicated advice for executors, featuring The Wealthy Barber, David Chilton, and Bryan and Sarah Baeumler, from HGTV Canada’s Island of Bryan. This week we’re sharing the video, How family, real estate and business can complicate finding the right executor.
As always, we end our weekly email with a few good news stories from in and around our community.
Remembrance Day, November 11, 2021. RBC Royal Bank branches will be closed on Remembrance Day, but as the U.S. financial markets are open that day, RBC Dominion Securities branch offices, including our office, will remain open. In our email this week, we’ve included links to Remembrance Day services that are happening in and around our community.
The Download: Slow recovery and high inflation
The Bank of Canada’s recently announced it is moving closer towards tapering off its pandemic stimulus and pushing up its rate hike timeline. This episode, RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, Eric Lascelles, discusses what these moves mean from an economic standpoint. Eric also tackles other topics, including rising inflation, and disappointing GDP results
Listen to the podcast online: Slow recovery and high inflation
What will be the effect of fiscal policy on consumers?
In this article, we examine the infrastructure and social legislation proposed by Congress, and look at what it could mean for U.S. growth and inflation.
Read the article online: What will be the effect of fiscal policy on consumers?
Southward bound: Tips for a safe and happy border crossing
Have you been holding your breath for a chance to visit the U.S. again? If you're getting ready to head south, you'll need a bit of extra prep time to navigate new rules and sort out your own personal comfort zone. Here are six tips to help you plan a trip that's high on fun and low on hassle: Tips for a safe and happy border crossing
How family, real estate and business can complicate finding the right executor
Brian and Sarah Baeumler consider The Wealthy Barber’s advice in this video; get help! This video is part of Uncomplicated advice for executors video series created in collaboration between RBC Wealth Management Royal Trust and David Chilton.
Watch the video online: How family, real estate and business can complicate finding the right executor
Each week, we like to share a few good news stories from in and around the community. We hope that they brighten your day!
- Milton author showcases diversity in Diwali celebrations in picture book
- Milverton holds candy drive for kids affected by school outbreak
- Students, staff transplant 80 trees on high school property
- Wheelchair racer Josh Cassidy returns to action
- U of G-based Wild Ontario uses birds of prey for experiential education (10 photos)
- ‘People in Guelph are very generous’: Annual poppy campaign underway
- Thousands of knitted poppies pour in for Elora church remembrance project (6 photos)
Remembrance Day services in and around our community:
- Guelph legion prepares for scaled back Remembrance Day
- County of Wellington set to host remembrance service at museum November 5
- Legions planning Remembrance Day services across Wellington County
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.