AGF Perspectives Blog

Flirting With European Stocks

Flirting With European Stocks

With an improving economic outlook and strengthening corporate profitability, will investors start ‘swiping right’ on European equities?

Capitol Insights: Latest Post

What We’re Looking for In the Presidential Debate

Timely insights from inside Washington.

Are Travel Stocks Cruising Again?

Are Travel Stocks Cruising Again?

AGF Investments’ Henry Kwok talks about the travel industry’s post-pandemic recovery and why some stocks are performing better than others. 

Market Quote: Chip Stocks Fuel New Highs and Why Some EM Bonds Are Feeling the Pressure

Market Quote: Chip Stocks Fuel New Highs and Why Some EM Bonds Are Feeling the Pressure

A mid-week analysis of what’s happening in global financial markets from the perspective of AGF’s investment management team.

Market Quote: U.S. Disinflation, North American Dividend Stocks

Market Quote: U.S. Disinflation, North American Dividend Stocks

A mid-week analysis of what’s happening in global financial markets from the perspective of AGF’s investment management team.

Market Quote: Canada’s Equity and Bond Markets Climb Higher on Rate Cut  

Market Quote: Canada’s Equity and Bond Markets Climb Higher on Rate Cut  

A mid-week analysis of what’s happening in global financial markets from the perspective of AGF’s investment management team.

Market Quote: Interest Rates Expectations Still in Flux, China’s Equity Market Back in Play  

Market Quote: Interest Rates Expectations Still in Flux, China’s Equity Market Back in Play  

A mid-week analysis of what’s happening in global financial markets from the perspective of AGF’s investment management team

Can Global Equity Markets Keep Rallying Despite Diminished Rate Cut Expectations?

Can Global Equity Markets Keep Rallying Despite Diminished Rate Cut Expectations?

AGF’s CEO and Chief Investment Officer discusses the ongoing rally in stocks and why investors seem unphased by a monetary policy backdrop that has been decidedly less accommodative than anticipated at the beginning of the year.