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Home Capital Saga a ‘canary in a coal mine’

May 10, 2017

John Zechner, Chairman & Founder at J. Zechner Associates joins BNN to weigh in on the broader housing market, where he sees risks for the Canadian banks and why he wants to reduce risk now.

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If you’ve watched BNN, you know that John is a sought-after market commentator, with deep insights on key sectors, important stocks, as well as the larger economy.

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Central banks worldwide shifted to a more hawkish stance

Jeff Herold

Global bond markets were weak in June, as central banks worldwide shifted to a more hawkish stance. With economic growth improving in most advanced economies, the need for quantitative easing and ultra-low interest rates diminished and central bankers started planning for gradual reductions in stimulus. The Canadian bond market was one of the weakest in […]

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‘Teflon Stock Market’ Driven by Investors Focus on ‘Silver Linings’

John Zechner

Stocks continued their upward move during the 2nd quarter as investors focused on strong first quarter earnings reports and improved global economic growth, ignoring the political noise in the U.S., growing geo-political risks internationally, rising interest rates in the U.S. and slower economic growth. Other risks that failed to stop the upward move included the […]

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May Bond Commentary

Jeff Herold

The Canadian bond market moved in seesaw fashion during May. Initially, bond prices moved lower and yields rose, but in the second half of the month prices rebounded and yields declined. By the end of the month, yields had fallen to their lowest levels since immediately following the U.S. election last November. In addition to […]

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