Stock Market 2022: Farsightedness, Patience and Strong Nerves are Required

Investors started the new stock market year cautiously. High inflation figures in the USA, a stronger than expected withdrawal of liquidity due to halving of bond purchases by the US Federal Reserve and, finally, the pandemic headlines are curbing the desire to buy. But while the risk of further variant…

Commodity Boom in Canada

Canada, with its vast resources of commodities and raw materials, is profiting more than any other industrialized country from a rally in commodities that has been going on for more than six months and which some experts see as the beginning of an imminent “commodity super cycle”. In addition to…

Strong Growth in Canada

Canada’s economy which shrank by 5.4% in 2020, is now showing surprising strength as companies have massively increased their stocks in anticipation of a strong recovery this year. The gross domestic product (GDP) grew at an annualized rate of 9.6% in the fourth quarter, much faster than the median forecast of 7.3%…

2021: Growth

The Capital markets made a strong start to the new decade. A new US president spreads optimism and disposes of a relatively high potential to reshape internal and external politics. Numerous economic indicators such as industrial production, new orders and the number of foreign investments, signal a strong upswing for…

Current Real Estate Investment Trends in Vancouver

The Vancouver Real Estate Forum, one of the most important industry and expert meetings of its kind recently took place. The results underline and confirm the current strategies of our real estate investors with their focus on office, industrial and fulfillment buildings. Office Market: Growth Despite COVID-19 but Structural Changes…

Investment Opportunities in Canada 

Even before the pandemic hit the Canadian economy and exacerbated an already pre-existing negative situation characterized by high household debts and sluggish consumer spending, falling oil prices had worsened the overall outlook for Canada. This “double hit” will lead to an estimated gross domestic product slump of around 6% in…