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As markets shrug off soaring U.S. debt, we unpack the debt dilemma and argue that positioning portfolios for a debt crisis can lead to subpar returns.
As more central banks explore digital currencies, we examine the advantages and drawbacks, and argue the likely result is technological evolution, not revolution.
As global equities generate solid returns this year, we explain where we see potential opportunities for investors, despite the potential for market volatility.
We encourage women to embrace investing and philanthropy and to seek advice to ensure it aligns with their values and passions.
While a U.S. default is exceedingly unlikely, what are the costs of political brinkmanship for global financial markets?
As economic trends shift, we believe 2023 will be characterized by continued volatility and in some cases, periods of risk-on market action.
The decline in household wealth comes at a time when Canadians are already feeling the squeeze of higher inflation and rising interest rates.
It’s important to consider secondary impacts of slowing growth, and we look at how investors may see positives in today’s economic backdrop.
After a volatile first half of 2022 marked by surging inflation and uncertain economic conditions, what’s in store for rates, the Fed, and markets?