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Canadian dollar. Down.

The loonie’s outlook for 2020

Find out what weighs on the Canadian dollar

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Energy sector to bounce back in next few years, predict investors

Speakers at a CFA Society Calgary forecast event were optimistic about commodities

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  • By: Staff
  • January 20, 2020 January 20, 2020
  • 09:30
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Regulatory, valuation risks coming to tech stocks

Breaking down potential outcomes

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Defining responsible investing terms

Identify growth areas and risks to better inform your clients

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How to protect portfolios in 2020

Your clients may want to know their investments can withstand risk

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Tech themes to watch in 2020

Company picks in AI, 5G and online payments

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Many investors missed out on 2019’s big gains

Investors pulled $130 billion from U.S. mutual funds and ETFs through October last year

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Issuers say ESG factors important to company success

A survey from CIRI finds almost half of companies disclose annual ESG data to the public

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Political risks to watch in 2020

How the U.S. election could impact Canada

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Markets aren’t correctly pricing in climate risks, say investors

Disbelief is highest in U.S. and U.K.

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Can’t find a Christmas tree? Blame the financial crisis

The trees have a maturity cycle of 10 years, and fewer seedlings were planted during the crisis

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Canadian fund managers lagged benchmarks in hot equity market

S&P found most managers underperformed the S&P/TSX Composite in the 12-month period to June 30

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Why everyone’s talking about responsible investing

These days, the market is less tolerant of ESG incidents

  • By: Katie Keir
  • December 5, 2019 December 5, 2019
  • 13:38
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Outlook for corporate bonds

After a strong year, alternatives to corporate credit may be worth a look

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ETF assets pass tipping point in U.S.

Prepare for an assault on market dominance

  • By: Mark Yamada
  • November 29, 2019 December 5, 2019
  • 12:00
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Reverse factoring is the latest accounting pitfall

Lack of regulations means anything goes

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Are energy stocks too cheap?

Energy is either a value trap or one of the great opportunities ahead, says a report from Richardson GMP

Idea

Revisiting active management and asset allocation

A unique market cycle calls for unique investing ideas

Financial technology(fintech) and world economy

Global currencies to watch

As trade tensions ease and U.S.-dollar strength diminishes, identify what's undervalued

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How to position portfolios as an uncertain 2020 draws near

A UBS outlook report provides insights for investors

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Preserving capital amid uncertainty

Looking at Canadian banks

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Early market reaction to the U.S. election

The worst of the trade war is likely over

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Rethinking risk in emerging market debt

As yields go negative, EM might be the fix for fixed income

Canadian money

What a potential trade agreement means for business and investors

Don't expect corporations to spend their large cash positions, says CIBC economist