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  • The market remains unconvinced about the prospects for another rate hike by the Fed in 2016 (probability of around 50% for the December meeting). Yet, a number of Fed governors are arguing for such a move. Stanley Fischer, the Federal Reserve Vice...

  • As widely expected, the Bank of Canada left the overnight rate unchanged at 0.50% today. The central bank also revised its growth forecasts significantly for this year from 1.7% to 1.3%. The Bank estimates that financial conditions have become more...

  • By Jeffrey Bunce, CFA, June 29, 2016 The managers of Lysander-Canso Corporate Value look to add value through corporate credit selection and will invest in a concentrated mix of investment-grade and high-yield bonds. The fund technically fits in...

  • Martin Lefebvre, CIO and Strategist The financial market’s reaction to the Brexit surprise win was brutal. That being said, in the aftermath of the vote the greatest uncertainty is more political than financial. Even though European banks have felt...

  • Stefane Marion, Chief Economist & Strategist Are we already out of the woods? Brexit was a non-event with little ramifications for the economic and earnings outlook? Should gold holdings be sold? Not so fast. Full Article

  • Geopolitcal Briefing: Economics and Strategy National Bank Financial The UK’s vote to exit the EU (51.9% leave vs. 48.1% remain) is a geopolitical earthquake that will have tremendous long-term consequences.  The note analyzes some of the...

  • Courtesy of PWC Tax Services On June 20, 2016, Canada’s Finance Ministers have agreed in principle to work on a Canada Pension Plan (CPP) enhancement that would be effective starting January 1, 2019. The federal and Ontario governments have agreed...

  • Dean DiSpalatro, June 15, 2016 "The Federal Reserve made no move on rates today, in line with market expectations." Full Article

  • Stefane Marion, Chief Economist and Strategist Markets are getting edgy in the run up to the Brexit vote (June 23) and the possibility of a Fed Rate hike on June 15 (two Fed governors said Tuesday that the June Meeting is "Live").  The USD is...

  • Stefane Marion, Chief Economist & Strategist Global equities have done well since mid-February, recouping virtually all of the losses incurred at the start of the New Year on a total return basis. Complete Article  

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