• / Free eNewsletters & Magazine
  • / My Account
Home>The Bank of Canada Has Barked, But Will It Bite?

The Bank of Canada Has Barked, But Will It Bite?

Perspectives Content Submission

Mon, 3 Dec 2012

As Canadian consumers have increased their mortgage debt and bid up housing prices, the potential for a disorderly unwinding of these imbalances rightly concerns the Bank of Canada. PIMCO believes that the bank’s next policy move will be to raise interest rates, but with the traditional aim of figh

Related Videos

  1. Gross: Economy Can't Survive Much Higher Rates

    During his keynote presentation at the Morningstar Investment Conference, the PIMCO manager made the case that high debt levels and a need for financial stability mean that central banks should keep real rates close to zero for some time.

  2. Bond Excitement and Concerns for 2013

    BlackRock's Rick Rieder expects the bond market to focus more on alpha creation next year, but investors should watch for rising duration risk as well as ongoing troubles in Europe.

  3. How Can I Protect My Portfolio From the Inflation Boogeyman?

    Northern Trust's Mark Carlson, State Street's Chris Goolgasian, and Merk Investments' Axel Merk discuss ways investors can hedge against rising inflation concerns, including the potential usage of commodities, gold, and TIPS, the effects of Fed action, and more.

  4. Searching for a Solution to Low Rates

    FPA's Tom Atteberry says interest rates are at unsustainable levels and offers his strategies and opportunities for managing a portfolio in an uncertain bond market.

Upcoming Events
Conferences
Webinars

©2014 Morningstar Advisor. All right reserved.