Mackenzie Investments Announces February 2018 Distributions for its Exchange Traded Funds (MGB, MUB, MFT, MKB, MHYB, MCSB, QBB, QSB, QCB, QTIP, QUIG and QHY)
Mackenzie Investments today announced the February 2018 cash distributions for its Exchange Traded Funds (“ETFs”) listed below that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Aequitas NEO Exchange. Unitholders of record on February 21, 2018 will receive cash distributions payable on February 28, 2018.
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The Mackenzie Bluewater Team says the sustainability of equity valuations is likely tied to the sustainability of low inflation. This could mean that today's high stock valuations might inch up.
Mackenzie Investments combines Active, Strategic Beta and Traditional Index ETFs in a new line-up of mutual fund portfolios
Mackenzie Investments today announced the launch of Mackenzie Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Portfolios, a single solution that provides access to a full spectrum of Mackenzie Investments ETFs in five portfolios. This new line-up now makes ETFs more accessible to Canadian advisors and investors.
Mackenzie Investments was recognized for award-winning fund performance in three categories for the second consecutive year, at the Fundata FundGrade A+ Awards, while earning additional recognition for industry-leading fund performance in five newly earned categories.
US equities have performed well to the end of the third quarter. The Russell 2500 TR index returned 11.0% in US Dollars (3.0% in Canadian Dollars). Year to date the market continued to be led by Health Care and Technology, but in the third quarter there was a rebound in the more cyclical sectors.
The number of countries now participating in the current global economic expansion reached levels last seen in the mid-2000s. With such breadth, the global economy is now lifting PMI and other leading indicators higher, confirming the early sign that the global economy has reached a point where growing capital expenditures can be sustained.
The third quarter of 2017 started where the month of June ended with a negative return of 0.71% for the CFE category for the month of July. Luckily, the next two months were both positive, allowing the CFE Category to return +2.06% for the Quarter.