Unsettled weather is causing unsettled markets

Author: Steve Bonnyman

August 28, 2017

Hurricane Harvey is bearing down on Texas, disrupting U.S. oil production. Proverbial “storms” are taking place across financial markets as well, with Brexit uncertainty dampening economic data in the U.K. and Europe. U.S. mutual fund flows are also suffering, despite a tailwind caused by U.S. dollar weakness.


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Written by

Steve Bonnyman, MBA, CFA

Co-Head of North American Research and Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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