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ADVISOR FOCUS - a newsletter from globeadvisor.com
20 August 2003

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FIXED INCOME UPDATE: Bonds Dive As Stocks Perk Up
  • Bonds' Thrills and Spills
    Equities are showing renewed vigour. Bond prices, by stark contrast, suffered a July rout that has inspired some analysts to declare that the 20- year bull run for the fixed-income market is over. Read a detailed analysis of the bond market's recent moves, how you can best respond, and what experts say may come next.
     
  • Price of 10-Year Bond Issue Surges
    Canada's 10-year bond price has seen significant gains this week, as traders speculate that inflation is slowing and the B of C will cut rates. Read more on market expectations.

    PLUS: Inflation Rate Retreats; Spurs Chance of September Rate Cut


PERSONAL WEALTH

  • Net Worth Steady Despite Stock Fall
    Market downswings have a definite "poverty effect", but when you look at the broader picture, Canadians aren't worse off their net worth remained unchanged despite the bear. How is this possible? Read Globe and Mail Economics columnist Bruce Little's report.

INCOME TRUST UPDATE

  • Income Trusts Expected to Cut Payouts
    Lower energy prices will mean many income trusts in this sector will be forced to cut payouts. Read about the factors at play, and whether names your clients own may be affected.

BLACKOUT 2003: An Evening By Candlelight


MARKET NEWS: Equities Pick Up