Hurricane Harvey’s impact on financial markets

Author: Jonathan Lo

September 5, 2017

Hurricane Harvey has significantly impacted oil production in the U.S., causing a spike in gasoline prices. Adding uncertainty to financial prices, the U.S. government has yet to raise the debt ceiling as the September 29th deadline looms. Despite all of this, economic data continues to strengthen.

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Written by

Jonathan Lo, MBA

Vice President, Portfolio Specialist Group

AGF Investments Inc.

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