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What’s happening on the markets? Which major trends are emerging? To help you better understand the issues and keep abreast of the news, the Financial offers you its Financial Panorama.

Prepared by François Landry, Vice-President and Chief Investment Officer, Financial Panorama presents a comprehensive monthly overview of the key developments that are likely to affect the markets.

  • 17 September 2019
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    Financial panorama
    Financial Panorama

    The escalation of the China-U.S. trade dispute and fears of an economic slowdown negatively impacted most global equity markets in August.

  • 15 August 2019
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    Financial panorama
    Financial Panorama

    Weak rise of global stock markets

    While North American equity markets posted rather weak gains in July, markets in the rest of the world were generally in negative territory. As for the economy, trade tensions between the United States and China have already started to slow GDP growth worldwide.

  • 18 July 2019
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    Financial panorama
    Financial Panorama

    Stock markets worldwide rebounded in June : they reacted positively to the possibility that central banks will ease their monetary policies shortly and to the respite announced in the U.S.-China trade dispute.

  • 20 June 2019
    Actualité financière
    Financial panorama, News
    Financial Panorama

    Global equity markets had their worst month of the year in May, mainly because of the escalating trade tensions caused by the United States. From the economic standpoint, some countries are faring better than others, but the trend seems to be pointing to a global slowdown.

  • 14 May 2019
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    Financial panorama, News
    Financial Panorama

    Stock markets continue to climb. Led by Wall Street, the rise in global equity markets that began in early January 2019 continued in April. World economic growth is still in positive territory and the risk of recession is limited for the next few months.

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