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  • By: Staff
  • November 15, 2019 November 15, 2019
  • 09:30
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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

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What a potential trade agreement means for business and investors

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

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Global issuance of green bonds grows 67% in first 3 quarters

Demand is expected to persist, Moody's says

  • By: Staff
  • November 8, 2019 November 8, 2019
  • 11:54

Dividend stocks to watch

As rates remain low, dividend-payers continue to please

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Multi-asset strategies for volatile times

Alternative strategies can contribute to a 'smoother' ride for investors

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Expect headwinds for the loonie

Slow growth and geopolitics weigh on the currency outlook, despite monetary policy

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Compounding is a double-edged sword

Breaking down various fee scenarios

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How the digital economy is reshaping real estate

While retail suffers, there's new life for industrial spaces

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Energy, utility companies must prepare for switch to electric vehicles, report says

Rapid adoption would reduce domestic oil consumption by roughly 252k barrels per day

  • By: Staff
  • October 28, 2019 October 28, 2019
  • 11:38
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Australia sees growth in retail RI assets

The country's proportion of retail assets in responsible investing is roughly double that of Canada

  • By: Katie Keir
  • October 25, 2019 October 25, 2019
  • 14:34

Interpreting short-seller reports

Why advisors should use their intuition


Country Focus: India

Planning considerations for clients with foreign ties


One year of legal cannabis

The recreational market didn’t stabilize the sector’s notoriously volatile stocks. Here’s what investors need to know about Cannabis 2.0.

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Wealthy investors increase cash holdings despite general market optimism: UBS

More than half of respondents were optimistic about the global economy, a quarterly survey found

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Is a value rally on the way?

Don’t ignore these positive indicators

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Gold as a go-to for risk management

The precious metal can help mitigate against geopolitical and climate risk

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Potential effects of a coalition government

For the economy and markets, the results could range from benign to serious

Securities trending down

Growing share of global market cap is passively managed, OECD warns

The report also raises concerns about excessive shareholder power and political influence in markets

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Will Canadian portfolios continue to benefit from U.S. exposure?

A bullish outlook for the loonie calls for currency hedging

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Protecting portfolios as global risks mount

In a world of geopolitical uncertainty, investors must position for safety

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How a European recession would impact real estate

Finding opportunities amid Brexit uncertainty

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Adding portfolio value with currencies

Amid declining interest rates, currency investors must be diligent