Media Advisory-U.S. Election: BMO to Host Conference Call to Discuss Impact of Results
The day after the U.S. election, November 7th, at 9 a.m. ET, BMO's Jack Ablin, Andrew Busch and Paul Taylor will discuss what potential impact the results will have on the markets and the economy
TORONTO, ONTARIO and CHICAGO, ILLINOIS--(Marketwire - Nov. 6, 2012) - Today is Election Day in the United States; the outcome can be expected to have a significant impact on the American markets and economy, along with those in Canada as well.
Following the results, experts from BMO Financial Group will offer their in-depth insights into what the election results mean for the U.S. and Canada's markets and economies in the immediate future and over the next four years, along with how local stock and global currency markets are reacting the morning after.
Topics to be discussed will include:
- Sectors & the Markets: What will the impact be on equity and fixed income markets? What sectors will be 'high-priority' for the President?
- Taxes & Fiscal Policy: How will the new tax structure and fiscal reforms impact the economy? How will the President address the "fiscal cliff"?
- Canada: How is the Canadian market reacting? What will this mean for trade relations? The economy?
- Global Impact: What is the future of the Eurozone and how will the U.S. government address the debt crisis?
- Currencies: How will global currency markets react? What will the U.S. dollar do?
- Energy: What is the future of the Keystone XL pipeline?
- Outlook for the End of 2012: What should investors expect come year-end? What strategies should investors adopt to protect themselves?
|Jack Ablin, Chief Investment Officer, BMO Private Bank (Chicago)
|Andrew Busch, Global Currency and Public Policy Strategist, BMO Capital Markets (Chicago)
|Paul Taylor, Chief Investment Officer, Fundamental Equities, BMO Asset Management Inc. (Toronto)
|November 7, 2012 at 9 a.m. ET
|Media are invited to participate through conference call: (416) 641-2144 / 866-696-5910
|Participant Passcode: 8140072
Rachael McKay, Toronto
Jim Kappel, Chicago
Alexis Brown, Toronto