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  1. James Langton
    The financial industry saw the sharpest gains
  2. James Langton
    Uncertainty about the penalties these major international banks could face continues to impact their capital management, new Fitch report suggests
  3. James Langton
    Governments, corporations and institutional investors are increasingly focusing on carbon emissions reduction, new Moody’s report finds
  4. James Langton
    Political uncertainty, regulatory changes, and country-specific event risks are likely to pressure banks globally in 2017
  5. James Langton
    The most likely focus for shareholder activists in North America is to push for board representation, new research indicates
  6. James Langton
    Fitch reports that investment managers expect macroeconomic market conditions to improve and that they’re forecasting low default rates in 2017
  7. James Langton
    Canadian companies wait longer before they start raising funds, they raise less money less often and they raise less money, a new report finds
  8. James Langton
    Insurers have significantly expanded their governance, oversight and investments in cybersecurity, a new Moody’s report finds
  9. Benjamin Tal
    Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets Inc., discusses the probable impact of the Trump administration's policies on the North American Free Trade agreement and Canada’s energy sector.
  10. James Langton
    The sovereigns most at risk include countries with close economic and financial ties to the U.S., such as Canada, Germany and China, among others