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John’s take on global markets | BNN’s Market Call

August 27, 2018

John voices his concerns about whether economic strength extends beyond the US, and what to look out for in the near term.

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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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Latest Commentary

Bond Commentary ~ August 2018

Jeff Herold

The protectionist trade policies of the U.S. administration were a major theme in financial markets during August. The resultant uncertainty, combined with slower summer market activity, resulted in bonds trading in a narrow range for most of the month. Indeed, bond yields were little changed from the start of the month until the second last […]

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Emerging market risks not limited to Turkey

John Zechner

While global trade tensions make headline news, U.S. stock markets keep grinding higher. The S&P500 Index continued its recent recovery and exceeded its January high on August 21st.  The next day it became the longest bull market in history at over 3,400 days.  Since its bear market low on March 9, 2009, it has risen […]

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Bond Commentary ~ July 2018

The bond market gave up some of the gains of the last two months, with the year-to-date returns of most bonds falling back into negative territory. In Canada, bond prices were little changed in the first half of the month but moved lower following stronger than expected economic and inflation data. Rising bond yields was […]

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