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  1. James Langton
    An aggregate decline in effective fee rates was driven by the largest managers
  2. Tessie Sanci
    Fidelity global survey finds that most institutional investors will increase their allocations to illiquid alternatives, domestic fixed-income and cash
  3. James Langton
    The OPEC commitment by itself could end oil oversupply, starting in the first quarter of 2017
  4. Dan Healing
    A push to open U.S. federal lands to more drilling could divert investment away from Canada to the U.S.
  5. James Langton
    Trump’s pledge to renegotiate NAFTA and rising interest rates south of the border could have negative consequences north of the border
  6. James Langton
    The firm also recommends selling high-grade bonds and investments in education, energy efficiency and the emerging-market health-care sector
  7. Craig Fehr
    Craig Fehr, principal, investment strategist, at Edward Jones, discusses the impact of President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed policies on Canada in three key areas: energy; interest rates and trade.
  8. James Langton
    The ongoing turmoil in the resources sector is having an “outsized impact on the independent investment banks,” a new report suggests
  9. Ross Marowits
    Tightened U.S. border controls and visa requirements would provide Canada a short-term benefit in attracting more skilled immigrants
  10. James Langton
    Prolonged low interest rates are leading to a buildup in debt and deterioration in credit quality, Moody’s report finds