The mathematics of a growing debt load

Why borrowing costs can’t climb significantly higher without causing a potential recession.

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History 101: U.S. mid-term elections and market rallies

Markets are already bracing for a shift in the balance of power in Washington and what it may mean for both domestic and foreign policy.

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Regulation must support – not stifle – choice and innovation

As a long-standing participant in the Canadian financial services industry, AGF will continue to be an advocate for sound regulatory changes that are grounded in the needs of all investors. All proposed changes, however, should be coordinated in an organic way, with a view to limiting unintended consequences. We believe all Canadian investors should have access to the advice model of their choice and the flexibility to choose the right compensation model as agreed to between the investor and their advisor through open and transparent dialogue.

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Factor investing: Is value ready to make a comeback?

AGFiQ’s Stephen Duench gives his perspective on the value vs. growth underperformance. Can’t view the…

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Welcome to the USMC trade agreement?

A recap of last week’s top economic news and what’s to come Trump continues to…

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Why EM stocks are a better diversifier than some may think

Correlations with Canada’s equity market are much lower today because of the technological transformation underway in the developing world.

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Don’t leave money on the table

Back to School series: Are you taking advantage of the government incentives?

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Canada and U.S. diverge on jobs

“A recap of last week’s top economic news and what’s to come” Canada loses jobs…

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Will Canada be left out of NAFTA?

AGF Weekly Perspectives “A recap of last week’s top economic news and what’s to come”…

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A stormy summer for oil markets

Commodity markets continue to be shaken by trade risks, slowing economies and U.S. dollar strength….

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