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In retail real estate, only the strong will survive

The pandemic has accelerated the shift away from many brick-and-mortar outlets

Digital World

Risks to watch for global stocks

Covid-19 has resulted in uneven market rebounds worldwide

How a Biden win would affect markets

Corporate taxes would increase but geopolitics would be more business-friendly

  • By: Staff
  • September 17, 2020 September 17, 2020
  • 16:41
wall street, new york city

Are U.S. stocks too pricey?

Maybe not, if the economy resumes growing and a vaccine for Covid-19 is found

Businessmen are skeptical looking at stock market charts.

Fed policy favours active fixed income strategy, experts say

Liquidity has created a "Frankenstein" high-yield market that requires scrutiny

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Is commercial real estate still a good investment?

Pandemic-related trends aren't the only ones to consider

The White House in Washington DC, United States

Trading on the U.S. election

How much does a presidential election influence stock markets?

Unrecognizable man digs a hole by shovel in garden

Annual pace of housing starts picked up in August: CMHC

Cooler activity is expected toward year-end

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Vancouver home prices rose in August amid above-average sales rate

Buyers forced to drop out of the market in spring drove sales

Bull and Bear

Gold’s risks and opportunities

The safe-haven asset is a top performer so far this year

Investors should consider downside protection in face of U.S. election volatility, report says

Campaign surprises and an uncertain result could upset markets around the Nov. 3 vote

Bond indices

Managing risk in fixed income

Amid central bank support, threats remain for investors

Focus on bad loan provisions as big banks report earnings this week

Growth may come from wealth management and capital markets

Travel sector may recover more quickly than after previous recessions: report

However, business travel may never return to pre-pandemic levels

Foreign investors reduced holdings of Canadian securities in June: StatsCan

Canadian investors continued to purchase U.S. equities

AIMA Canada names executive committee

Belle Kaura will chair the organization for two more years

  • By: Staff
  • August 10, 2020 August 10, 2020
  • 11:04

Liquid alternatives get their test

Funds with a negative correlation to equity markets provided downside protection during the sell-off

What happens to office space post-pandemic?

Demand for certain commercial space was already decreasing prior to Covid-19