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US earnings season is set to kick off this week with quarterly earnings reports from Wells Fargo, JP Morgan and Citigroup. The S&P banks index has fallen 2.5% in the past month and 11.4% from its January highs partly due to the flattening yield curve, so we’ll see if the quarter can help the banks reverse the trend.Learn More
Income-oriented investors already know by now that times are different – the level of yield that was prevalent in the bond market 10-15 years ago is no longer achievable. However, things are starting to change. The BoC raised the overnight rate three times to 1.25% following two cuts in 2015, and consensus is expecting one to two additional hikes this yearLearn More
The S&P/TSX hit a fresh new high during the second quarter despite growing concerns of a widening global trade war between the US and the rest of the world. For a short while, Canadian equities were able to look past the heightened trade rhetoric and tit-for-tat escalation, and focus on the strength within the commodity complex during the months of April and May, and the pockets of strength showing in the Canadian economy.Learn More
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