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Recession Warning Popping Up in the US | The Open

December 27, 2019

John points out some recession indicators despite recent optimism

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Bond Commentary ~ December 2019

Jeff Herold

Global bond prices declined as yields rose during December, and Canada’s bonds followed suit. The main catalyst for higher yields was the announcement that China and the United States had reached agreement on Phase 1 of a trade deal. While details of the agreement were not disclosed and it remains to be signed by both […]

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Stock investors see nothing but smooth sailing ahead

John Zechner

Stocks rallied into year end on renewed optimism about a ‘Phase One’ US/China trade deal, less risk of an economic downturn in 2020 and continued support from global central bankers.  The advance has come on very low volume, suggesting that it is being driven by a lack of sellers as opposed to a new wave […]

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Bond Commentary ~ November 2019

Jeff Herold

Every month this year it seems the bond market has been dominated by the twists and turns of the ongoing U.S./China trade war, and November was no different. Optimism that a partial “Phase 1” deal between the two countries was imminent led to a sharp selloff in bonds at the start of November. Yields of […]

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