The world’s fastest-growing developed economy has the worst-performing stock market, creating buying opportunities especially for investors in Canada’s financial sector. The S&P/TSX Composite Index is down 2.2 per cent from April to June, set for its first quarterly drop since 2015 and the steepest decline among 24 advanced markets tracked
After over a decade of stock price growth, it is perhaps unsurprising that investors are generally feeling bullish. After all, an investment in the majority of stocks in recent years is likely to have led to a sizeable profit. This, though, could cause investors to become somewhat complacent about the
There are many misunderstandings of the years-long Canadian housing bubble. This video does a good job breaking down the looming bust and what it could mean to our economy.
Markets whipsawed wildly once it became clear that outsider Donald Trump had ascended to the Oval Office. For a brief moment, it appeared the cataclysm that many economists and analysts on Wall Street had been dreading had finally arisen. It was feared that Trump’s regressive policies on immigration, foreign aid,
After one of the worst quarters for Canadian stocks since 2011, market watchers say it may be time to start buying Canada again. Brian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets, said the S&P/TSX composite index, excluding energy stocks, is now trading at a price-to-earnings ratio below its long-run
It could be called the Great American Dichotomy: As the rest of the world struggles, the American economy continues to slowly grow. But some traders say that investors are making a big mistake if they think this divergence will continue forever. After Caterpillar (CAT) released earnings Thursday, CEO Doug Oberhelman