Financial News

  1. First quarter of 2022

    We can sum up the first 3 months of the year in one word: volatility. Whether it was in the equity or bond market, the first quarter of 2022 triggered a lot of emotions.

  2. Last quarter of 2021

    The last quarter of the year was marked by significant volatility, mainly due to a new variant threatening global economic growth, an already fragile healthcare system, a change in tone by the central banks, a very high inflation rate and an uncertain geopolitical environment.

  3. Third quarter of 2021

    The last quarter consisted of two phases. July and August were favourable months, with very little market fluctuation, but September ended the quarter on a volatile note.

  4. Second quarter of 2021

    Summer's looking more promising, given the good news about the vaccination rollout and the lifting of some restrictions in Quebec and Ontario.

  5. First quarter of 2021

    Fortunately, the new economic growth outlook for this year is encouraging.

  6. Last quarter of 2020

    True to the year just ended, the last quarter of 2020 saw its share of volatility and surprising news.

  7. Third Semester of 2020

    Seven months have passed since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the spread of COVID-19 to be a pandemic.

  8. Historic Rebound in Q2 2020

    The second quarter of the year surprised many with a record performance on the stock markets.

  9. Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

    The Government of Canada has taken action to support Canadians and businesses facing hardship as a result of the global COVID-19 outbreak.

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