Views from the Desk

Podcast: Rates, Netflix & Trump

Jan. 24, 2024

In the Bank of Canada’s latest announcement, the tone seems to have shifted in a new direction. In today’s episode, portfolio managers Matt Montemurro, Chris Heakes, and your host, McKenzie Box, explore what’s next for monetary policy. They also discuss Tech stocks, volatility and what another Trump term could mean for markets.

McKenzie Box is Director of Product and Strategy at BMO Global Asset Management. She is joined on the podcast by Matt Montemurro, and Chris Heakes, Portfolio Managers and ETF Specialists at BMO Global Asset Management. The episode was recorded live on Wednesday, January 242024.

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