New BMO ETFs
BMO ETFs is proud to launch 10 new tickers with a range of solutions covering core fixed
income, sector based covered calls, inflation solutions and retirement solutions
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A lot is unfolding in real time. Some securities in BMO Equal Weight US Banks Index ETF (ticker: ZBK) and BMO Equal Weight US Banks Hedged to CAD Index ETF (Hedged Units) (ticker: ZUB) have been halted, leading to the bid/offer spreads on these two ETFs widening out.
Here are some ETFs for your inflation toolkit.
Money Market and Ultra Short-Term Bonds
Investors have sold off Canadian banks alongside global peers in recent weeks amid Credit Suisse’s fire sale and broader financial-system concerns. On today’s episode, portfolio managers Vishal Bhatia, Chris Heakes and your host Mckenzie Box discuss how the selloff has created buying opportunities for longer-term investors. They also discuss other trading opportunities created by the recent volatility, including in infrastructure stocks, as well as what Canada’s latest inflation print means for the Bank of Canada’s interest-rate trajectory.
In the wake of Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, investors are left wondering: what’s next? On today’s special episode, portfolio managers Alfred Lee, Om Karmalkar, and your host Kevin Prins look for signs of contagion in other regional banks and analyze what cards the Fed has to play. They also discuss where the trouble began, inflation, volatility in the bond market, a silver lining for equities and ways to capitalize on Canadian banking.
In this special episode, Sohrab Movahedi, Chris Heakes and Daniel Stanley dive into first-quarter results from Canada’s “Big Six,” discussing how the banks are “rolling with the punches.” They also explore the possibility of a recession, putting credit costs into context, the philosophy of equal weighting, and the evolving Canadian housing ecosystem.
Bond markets are once again grappling with the spectre of higher interest rate increases from the Fed, with high-yield issuers facing the fastest pace of ratings downgrades since early 2020. On today’s episode, portfolio managers Winnie Jiang, Alfred Lee and your host Mckenzie Box explore how investors should position their current fixed-income exposures. They also discuss the resurgence of Canadian REITs this year as the Bank of Canada pauses its rate-hiking cycle for the time being, while also diving into the steepening yield-curve inversion and what it portends for the so-called soft- and hard-landing scenarios for the U.S. and Canadian economies.
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