How to Travel Smart This Season with iA Travel Insurance

by Invisor Last updated on December 11, 2018

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Economic Update November 2018: All Eyes on US - China Trade Spat

by Blake Whiteley Last updated on December 06, 2018

As on trend for 2018, geopolitical events dominated market movement throughout November. The Democrats took control of the House and the Republicans gained on their majority in the Senate. As a result, it is unlikely that Republicans will be able to extend their fiscal stimulus as a method to further grow the economy.

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Financial Literacy Month: Our Most Valuable Financial Lessons

by Invisor Last updated on November 14, 2018

Happy Financial Literacy Month! We've rounded up some of our most valuable money lessons at the Invisor office to share with you. What are some lessons you swear by, or things you've learned while navigating your own financial journey? Pop down into the comments and let us know! 

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Economic Update October 2018: Red October

by Blake Whiteley Last updated on November 08, 2018

After three quarters of mostly slow and steady growth, October saw a correction in global financial markets with volatility doubling from its September levels. The S&P 500 fell by 6.8%, emerging markets were down 5.7% in CAD terms, while Canada was the biggest loser down 7.4%. Despite the risk averse sentiment, fixed income markets were also down by month end due to rising interest rates.

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Beyond the Headlines: October 2018 Market Correction

by Josh Miszk Last updated on October 12, 2018

Sharing our take on current news stories. 

Last week, global equity markets partially corrected, causing an onslaught of worrisome media pieces. We addressed this with our clients, and want to share our thoughts on this event with you, as well. 

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Economic Update September 2018: New North American Trade Deal Reached

by Blake Whiteley Last updated on October 09, 2018

In this month’s market update we discuss September’s global economic and market highlights, which includes an update on financial markets, the global trade situation, the developing narrative in emerging markets, and a particularly interesting 10-year anniversary of note.

Throughout September, we saw developed markets end the month on a positive note. Specifically, the Dow and S&P 500 set new highs,  the Nikkei closed at its highest level since February, and  global developed markets, including  Canada closed even higher. On the other hand, emerging markets posted a negative month due to ongoing trade and credit concerns, as did the bond market with central banks continuing to raise interest rates.

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How to Regain Control of Your Financial Situation

by Invisor Last updated on September 13, 2018

Life doesn’t always work out the way we think it will, and sometimes we find ourselves scrambling to regain control of our financial situation. Illness, job loss, emergency expenses, less-than-ideal money choices – these can all trigger us to dip into our savings prematurely.

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Economic Update August 2018: Some Progress on Trade

by Blake Whiteley Last updated on September 13, 2018

This month we’re discussing what drove markets throughout August, including signs of strength in the US market, slow-progressing trade negotiations, and news out of emerging market economies.  

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Economic Update July 2018: Tax Breaks and Trade Uncertainty

by Blake Whiteley Last updated on August 07, 2018

US economic reports released in July showed increasing strength, breaking past the 2% real growth rate which has been somewhat of a norm since 2009. Real growth is up 2.8% in the past year, while real GDP growth in the second quarter alone grew at 4.1% annual rate which is its fastest pace since 2014. Wages and salaries are growing at its fastest pace in nearly a decade and, as a result, consumption numbers are also solid. The strong economic data can be attributed to tax cuts and increased government spending. 

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Women Are Already Financially Literate

by Invisor Last updated on July 19, 2018

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