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Opa! Greece declares financial independence
Greece finally ends its bailout, symbolizing the end of the European debt crisis. Things are improving but ...
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People power: The demographic dividend pays off in emerging markets
A demographic dividend is powering growth in emerging markets. Which companies and sectors are going to benefit from this rise in income and booming middle class?
Spending and stocks: How the holidays affect your holdings
With the holiday season comes increased spending, but does a good shopping season mean increased share prices?
The Bank of Canada holds rates on housing market concerns
The Bank of Canada announcement on December 4, 2019
Global earnings are weak but beating expectations
Fighting climate change: Send a message with your investments
Portfolio managers, advisors and investors alike are thinking about socially responsible investing.
In session: our first MD Physician Council meeting
I had the pleasure of kicking off the inaugural meeting of this nine-member panel in Ottawa in late October.
Why I think Canada will avoid a recession next year and the loonie will outperform
While the risk of a U.S. and global recession has increased, Canada should avoid a downturn in 2020. The loonie should outshine its G10 counterparts over the next 12 months, says MD's Rachael Moir.
U.S. Federal Reserve lowers rates again to support ongoing growth
The third consecutive rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve was made to sustain economic growth, maintain strong employment and keep inflation near the Fed’s 2.0% objective.
Cautious Bank of Canada holds interest rate steady, signals economic tests lie ahead
Cautious Bank of Canada holds the overnight rate steady at 1.75% while signaling that the resilience of the Canadian economy will be tested.
After 40 days and 40 nights, election won't shift economic tides
Canada’s federal election results brought no real surprises to markets, and our current outlook on markets remains steady.
The U.S. tries to tackle soaring drug prices
Whether U.S. lawmakers move to lower drug prices before or after the 2020 election, we expect uncertainty to weigh on the value of pharma stocks.
Delivering on our promises
It’s certainly been quite a year, one full of change, new opportunities and celebration.
Welcome to the new md.ca
Why it’s nearly time to reduce exposure to longer-term bonds
With no recession in sight and global growth turning around, investors should prepare for a yield curve steepening, says MD's Rachael Moir.
Sub-advisor Spotlight: From sustainable investing to family life, an analyst who stays true to the fundamentals
Part of our series to spotlight a few of the faces behind MD's funds, pools and portfolios: The long-term thinking that drew Chris Knapp, Analyst, to join Montreal's Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd.
Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia shake up oil supply and demand
Drone attacks on Aramco in Saudi Arabia shake up oil supply and led to uncertainty about oil prices. For MD, it reinforced a long-term view on the energy sector.
Changing seasons, changing perspectives
At MD Financial Management, we believe that health and wellness are life’s most valuable assets.
Divided Federal Open Market Committee cuts target rate
Predictions turned out to be true when the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 0.25% and set the new target rate at 1.75% to 2.00%
Seeking yield: Dividend equities are no substitute for bonds
With interest rates as low as they are, bond yields are low. This can lead many investors to consider alternatives like dividend-paying stocks without fully considering the risks.
In the news: Lower market liquidity and higher volatility, what does this mean for investors?