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October 2020

IMF: "Keep the fiscal taps running"

The IMF has emphasized the need for greater public investment in the ‘post pandemic’ phase of the recovery.

October 2020

Looking for Attractively Valued and Fundamentally Strong Small Caps

David Corris discusses the BMO Disciplined Small-Cap Value strategy in the current market enviornment, including increased emphasis on quality and the development of a proprietary factor to look at each stock’s COVID exposure.

July 2020

The great disconnect between the economy and the stock market

The bounce occurred and it had nothing to do with investment fundamentals.

June 2020

The biggest threat to a quick recovery is a second wave of the virus

The economic discussion has firmly shifted from an assessment of the damage inflicted by Covid-19 related lockdowns, to questions surrounding the speed and strength of the recovery following reopening.

May 2020

Central banks picking up the bill

In April we saw further confirmation of the devastating impact of the coronavirus on both the real and financial economy.

April 2020

What’s next for China?

June Lui, Portfolio Manager, BMO LGM Investments, gives an on-the-ground assessment of China’s economic backdrop and the impact on stocks.

April 2020

The enemy of a major economic slump is debt

Sorry, this world is closed for business.

April 2020

The opportunity in small and microcap equity

Small and microcap valuations appear close to approaching previous recessionary lows, and previous market rebounds have been led by small and microcap.

March 2020

Pyrford International discusses COVID-19's impact on its portfolio positioning

Recent volatility has provided the opportunity to make two changes to the portfolio allocation.

March 2020

Market volatility continues to increase as investors price in the economic impact of COVID-19

On March 17, 2020, the VIX closed at an all-time high (82.7), surpassing levels from the height of the Financial Crisis in 2008.

March 2020

Is this the “Black Swan” event that stock markets fear?

As “Black Swans” are, by definition, unpredictable, it cannot be ruled out - it is still early days.

February 2020

Impeachment, coronavirus, brushfires...who would be in the forecasting business?

January threw up more than its share of hurdles but, until the last week of the month, stock markets shrugged and just kept rolling along.

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