Trimark Investments Blog

As one of Canada’s leading investment management companies, Trimark Investments is singularly focused on putting investors' interests first. Invesco Canada offers a diversified suite of investment solutions to investors across the country and around the world. The blog is comprised of portfolio managers, who are often asked about their views on various investment-, market- and economy-related topics and how these views impact investment decisions. Trimark Investment blog intends to answer the questions Invesco Canada is frequently asked.

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Politicization: A growing threat to central banks

The United States has always had a difficult, complicated relationship with the concept of central banks. Early on, critics sought to prevent the establishment of a U.S. central bank, while today, politicians in the U.S. and around the world seek to...

Change is in the air as the Fed, BOC and ECB pivot on policy

There is an old Chinese proverb that states, “When the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills.” In other words, some people embrace change while others fear it. I’ve come to the conclusion that the speed of th...

What trade-offs will the U.S. accept for a trade deal with China?

Two key risks – trade and central bank normalization – have had an outsized impact on global stocks for more than a year (sometimes positive and sometimes negative). This past week saw developments in each of these key issues.   How close are w...

Populist, nationalist movements are on the rise: What could this mean for the global economy?

An informal Invesco poll of North American institutional investors recently revealed that geopolitical risk was a top concern for 2019. And they’re not the only ones worried: European Central Bank President Mario Draghi recently noted that the ris...

What lies beneath the Fed’s ‘about face’ on normalization?

Last week was momentous for one specific reason: The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released minutes from its January meeting, which detailed the significant “about face” that the Federal Reserve (Fed) has made over the last few months. In...