To be eligible for a 2018 tax receipt, donations must be received in good order by the Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation, by 4pm (EST) on December 31, 2018.
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Benoit Gervais, Portfolio Manager on the Mackenzie Resource Team, talks about the broader impact of recent economic events and his outlook on the economy and resources sector.
October was a volatile month for global equity markets, with the S&P 500 down approximately 7%. Government bonds provided little in the way of effective protection for investors, as the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury Aggregate lost about 1% over the same period, reversing the historical negative correlation between bond and equity returns that has prevailed over the past few decades.
Mackenzie Investments and ChinaAMC (HK) launch first sub-advised product together in Hong Kong market
Mackenzie Investments and China Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited (ChinaAMC (HK)) announced today the launch of ChinaAMC Mackenzie Global Strategic Income Fund in Hong Kong. This new fund will be managed by ChinaAMC (HK) and sub-advised by Mackenzie out of Toronto, Canada.
Equity markets were strong in the second quarter, rebounding from the sharp drop at the end of the first quarter. On a year to date basis, despite considerable volatility, developed markets are relatively flat. The overall economic backdrop continues to be supportive, with corporate earnings rising, which should be reflected in stock prices over time.
Global capital markets in the second quarter have been dominated by continued threats of trade war, political uncertainty in Europe and developments in the energy markets.
The first half of 2018 presented investors with potential reasons to be either optimistic or uncertain about markets looking ahead. On the one hand, the domestic growth story in the US seems to be relatively strong, braced by the tax cuts, fiscal, and deregulation agenda put in place by the Trump administration.