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By Dave Paterson | Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Launched in September 2013, the NEI Global Total Return Bond Fund is sub-advised by Paris-based Amundi Asset Management. It focuses primarily on investment-grade bonds around the world, in both developed and emerging markets, with the goal of balancing returns with potential risk.


By Knowledge Bureau | Tuesday, October 16, 2018


By Evelyn Jacks

Claiming medical expenses can be painful for most taxpayers – there are so many receipts and tiny numbers involved. But it can be worthwhile, especially if you schedule your dental and medical treatments in a tax-savvy manner before year-end.


By Fund Library News Wire | Monday, October 15, 2018

By Felix Narhi, CIO & Portfolio Manager, Penderfund Capital Management

In a previous commentary, we noted how the fundamental nature of capitalism is changing and why it is important to see the world as it really is. We further explored the phenomenon of technological disruption in our recent article “The four most dangerous words in investing.” We noted how technology-driven competitive advantage is becoming increasingly important in almost every sector. Today, investing in “technology” is far different from my father’s siloed technology investing in the 1970s and ’80s. MSCI, the world’s leading index and analytics provider, which manages the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®) that categorizes all companies into specific sectors, is belatedly making some changes to recognize this reality.


By Fund Library News Wire | Friday, October 12, 2018

By Mike Keerma

Despite some upside strength on Friday, the major stock indices slumped badly on week as a whole, as swings between risk-off and risk-on sentiment had investors switching between stocks and bonds through the week. Concerns over whether another rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board would push the U.S. into a recession combined with uncertainties about a U.S./China trade war to unsettle markets, even as strong results from three big U.S. banks kicked off what is expected by many analysts to be a positive third-quarter earnings season. The S&P 500 Composite Index closed with a weekly loss for the third consecutive week, falling 4%, while the Nasdaq Composite Index lost 3.7% on week, despite posting its best single-day advance since late March. Toronto’s S&P/TSX Composite Index fell 3.3% on the week, as financials sold off in response to rising U.S. bond yields and energy stocks plunged as WTI crude oil dropped 3.8% on the week and the spread between Western Canada Select and WTI crude prices widened.


By Robyn K. Thompson | Friday, October 12, 2018

Q – I’ve had a small part-time business on the side for a few years now, and my product seems to be in demand with plenty of repeat customers. In fact, it’s become so busy that I’ve been thinking about quitting my day job and devoting all my time to my business. But it’s a bit scary to make that leap. Do you have any advice for businesswomen just starting out. – Anjali K., Markham, Ontario


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