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This week, we saw fairly stable market activity as economic data showed further improvement despite the ongoing rise in global coronavirus cases and Canada’s fiscal update.
We are continuing to see resiliency in the global markets, including significant job growth numbers in the U.S. despite the continued spread of the virus.
In addition to our regular commentary that provides you with an update on the Coronavirus and an economic outlook, we’ve also included your save-the-date for our upcoming Cyber Security online event.
It has been a tug of war this week in the markets, with the week ending roughly where it started. We provide our thoughts below.
We’ve seen a return to market volatility this week. Read our synopsis of the situation and implications going forward in this latest blog post. We've also included details on our new WM Online home page and the latest 10-Minute Take podcast links.
In the week ahead, the spotlight turns to the Canadian banks who are expected to report results. We provide our thoughts in this blog post. We are also excited to announce our new Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series, with a save-the-date for June 11!
Listen to the latest audio commentary from Jim Allworth in this blog post. You can also download your copy of Portfolio Advisor Spring 2020: The COVID-19 issue.
Listen to the latest 10-Minute Take podcasts: Quiet resilience in Canada’s housing markets & How COVID-19 is affecting investment strategies. You can also hear the latest commentary focused on the outlook for oil in a period of demand destruction.
Last week was marked by ongoing progress in the fight to contain the spread of the coronavirus and restart the global economy, a much needed global oil production agreement, and the kick off to the earnings season.
It has been another eventful week with meaningful global developments with respect to the health care crisis. We share our key thoughts in this new blog post.
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