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On Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund released its biannual World Economic Outlook. In today’s episode, portfolio managers Winnie Jiang, Chris McHaney, and your host, Mckenzie Box, analyze the stark global growth forecast. They also discuss the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Plus (OPEC+) decision to cut oil production, renewable energy, cash-like vehicles, and slump concerns in Canadian housing.
McKenzie Box is Vice President of Product and Strategy at BMO Global Asset Management. She is joined on the podcast by Winnie Jiang and Chris McHaney, Portfolio Managers and ETF Specialists at BMO Global Asset Management. The episode was recorded live on October 12, 2022.
ETFs mentioned in the podcast:
- BMO Equal Weight Oil & Gas Index ETF (Ticker: ZEO)
- BMO Clean Energy Index ETF (Ticker: ZCLN)
- BMO Ultra Short-Term Bond ETF (Ticker: ZST)
- BMO Global Consumer Staples Hedged to CAD Index ETF (Hedged Units) (Ticker: STPL)
- BMO Canadian MBS Index ETF (Ticker: ZMBS)
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