Stock market: winners and losers on May 14

Stock Exchange: Winners and Losers May 9

(Illustration: Camille Charbonneau) Canada’s main stock index fell slightly on Tuesday, led by weaker energy shares, while U.S. markets rose and the Nasdaq hit a new record. “I think the market consensus may be a bit lower than the economist consensus for tomorrow’s (US) CPI,” said Jules Boudreau, chief economist at Mackenzie Investments. The report … Read more

Stock market: winners and losers on May 10

Stock Exchange: Winners and Losers May 9

(Illustration: Camille Charbonneau) Canada’s main stock index fell slightly on Friday after closing at a record high the previous day as markets reacted to a much stronger-than-expected jobs report. US stock markets were mixed. Markets on both sides of the border are much more uncertain today than they were at the start of 2024, said … Read more

Investments: vineyards and forests, low-tax recreational investments

Investments: vineyards and forests, low-tax recreational investments

Ideal for diversifying your portfolio, investing in vineyards and woodlands will allow you to benefit from a nice exemption from inheritance tax. If you have money and a taste for earthly things, why not buy forests or vineyards? Tangible, immutable assets, uncorrelated with financial markets, which, with the health and environmental crisis, make more and … Read more