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Avery Shenfeld is Managing Director and Chief Economist at CIBC, having been with the firm since 1993. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University. One of the country’s most sought after commentators, he has consistently ranked as one of the top economists in a survey of Canadian institutional equity investors, and has received multiple awards for forecast accuracy in Canada and the US.
CIBC's chief economist says it could be a "wobbly" first half of the year for equity markets.
CIBC's chief economist says a longer period of negligible growth may be necessary.
What central banks need to see before pausing.
Some interest-sensitive sectors have already seen a decline.
CIBC's chief economist says we’re "not out of the woods yet."
CIBC's chief economist says it's important to keep some downside protection.
CIBC's chief economist talks inflation ahead of BoC decision.
Avery Shenfeld, CIBC’s Chief Economist, discusses planned actions on climate change and a proposed tax on high income earners.
Banks, insurers and green energy companies may be affected by new policies.
Investors may see two Fed hikes next year.