Hovig Moushian, Lead of the Mackenzie All Cap Value Team, expresses caution regarding the recent movement of oil stocks and shares results from his investment approach.
Mackenzie Investments is announcing changes to its Growth funds: David Arpin, Vice-President and Portfolio Manager and Dina DeGeer, Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager have assumed portfolio management responsibilities for Mackenzie Global Growth Class and Mackenzie US Growth Class.
Matt Moody, Portfolio Manager of the Mackenzie Ivy European Class, explains why discipline can help investors deal with the increased volatility caused by Brexit.
Economic, financial market and political uncertainty continued to be the order of the day in the second quarter of 2016. Global financial markets opened the quarter with volatility related to fears of potential Fed rate hikes and closed the quarter amid the volatility related to the U.K.’s Brexit referendum.
The second quarter came to a chaotic close as the unexpected “leave” vote in Britain began the Brexit process. The past decade has been difficult and crisis filled, leading many to wonder what has changed and what, if anything, can we do about it?
It was a remarkably volatile first half of 2016 and the second quarter certainly ended with another jolt: Brexit. The negative tone to risk-assets over the first six weeks of the year gave way to a significant bull market in corporate credit through the end of Q2.