Podcast: Decoding Q4 Canadian Bank EarningsDec. 13, 2021
In this special episode, Sohrab Movahedi, Chris Heakes and Daniel Stanley dig deeper into fourth quarter results from Canada’s “Big Six,” taking stock of the past year and putting a spotlight on major performance drivers – such as inflation, interest rates and the pandemic. Our experts also offer multiple ways to gain exposure, focusing on the BMO Equal Weight Banks Index ETF (ZEB) and BMO Covered Call Canadian Banks ETF (ZWB).
Daniel Stanley is an ETF Specialist at BMO Global Asset Management. He is joined on the podcast by Chris Heakes, Portfolio Manager and ETF Specialist, BMO Global Asset Management and Sohrab Movahedi, Managing Director, Financials Research, BMO Capital Markets. This episode was recorded December 7, 2021.
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