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Change to payment date for SWP and income plan payouts

Effective July 31, 2017, the payment date on SWPs and Income plan payouts will be changed to ensure that clients receive their payment on or before their requested date. This will ensure their cash flow is not adversely impacted by payment dates that would otherwise fall on a non-business day and is reflective of the industry payout process.

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Market Insights: The Fast Approaching Threat to the Energy Sector

The advance of electric vehicles could have a major impact on oil stocks. Mackenzie Canadian Growth Team factors the shift into its energy exposure.

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Fund Insights: Investment Rationales for 3 Buys and 3 Exits

Richard Wong and Jonathan Norwood of the Mackenzie Cundill Team explain their thinking behind buying and selling several positions in the Cundill funds.

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Mackenzie Investments announces distributions for its Active Exchange Traded Funds (MKB, MUB, MFT, MGB, MHYB)

Mackenzie Financial Corporation (Mackenzie Investments) has announced the July 2017 cash distributions for its Active Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Aequitas NEO Exchange. Unitholders of record on July 31, 2017 will receive cash distributions payable on August 8, 2017.

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Market Commentary

Q1 2017 Commentary – Mackenzie Ivy Team

Over the first quarter of 2017, the global market finished strong, continuing the trend that started last fall. Far East markets outperformed the US and European markets; this is the opposite of what was observed in Q4, when Far East markets lagged their global counterparts. European markets also posted strong performance. US markets achieved new all-time highs. The U.S. Federal Reserve raised the federal funds rate again in March 2017, after the hike in December 2016, citing higher home prices, low unemployment rate and improving economic confidence.

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Tags: Commentaries, Mackenzie International Growth Class, Mackenzie International Growth Fund, Mackenzie Ivy Canadian Balanced Class, Mackenzie Ivy Canadian Balanced Fund, Mackenzie Ivy Canadian Fund, Mackenzie Ivy European Class, Mackenzie Ivy Foreign Equity Class, Mackenzie Ivy Foreign Equity Currency Neutral Class, Mackenzie Ivy Foreign Equity Fund, Mackenzie Ivy Global Balanced Class, Mackenzie Ivy Global Balanced Fund, Mackenzie Ivy International Equity Fund

Q1 2017 Commentary – Mackenzie Global Equity & Income Team

During Q1 2017, Mackenzie Global Dividend Fund returned 7.4%. This compares with the MSCI World Total Return Index ($CDN) return of 5.3%.

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Q1 2017 Commentary – Mackenzie Resource Team

During the quarter, oil prices pulled back over concerns of higher inventory levels. Oil prices dipped below US$50 briefly during March but ended the quarter marginally over $51. Our holdings in California Resources and Whiting Petroleum both pulled back materially with oil prices coming off. The two companies remain levered to higher energy prices. We believe the firms remain undervalued in an environment of $60 oil prices.

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Tags: Commentaries, Mackenzie Canadian Resource Fund, Mackenzie Global Resource Class, Mackenzie Gold Bullion Class, Mackenzie Precious Metals Class

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