Fidelity Investments news

  • Maria Smirnova

    Maria Smirnova of Sprott Asset Management is part of this year's Wealth Professional's Women of Influence.

  • Manulife makes innovative appointment

    In a move to vault the company ahead of its competitors it’s gone and promoted one of its up-and-comers to a new position that could be a difference maker

  • JPMorgan’s hack tied to vast cybercrime enterprise

    100 million customer’s details stolen, stock manipulation and at least nine other financial and publishing firms involved in hacks by suspects now being charged

  • Financial advisors need to plan for retirement too

    Financial advisors generally counsel their clients to take a long view, and be prudent in their approach to the future, especially in planning their retirement.

  • Daily Wrap-up

    Sentiment, oil price higher leading to TSX triple-digit close... Canada’s interest rates could be cut to zero says Fidelity’s Wolf... CPP has best annual growth in its history... Employment insurance claims up in March... Shopify IPO raises $131 million, shares soar... Luxury retailer Coach lays off workers...

  • Offices and networks step up

    Industry players across Canada will converge on Toronto to celebrate the kind of advisor and dealer excellence highlighted in today’s list of finalists for the WP Awards.

  • Finalists for the WP Awards brought to you by Invesco

    The second round of finalists for the Wealth Professional Awards brought to you by Invesco have been revealed – have you made the cut?

  • Advisors anticipate fallout from 0% interest rate

    Getting fixed-income planning right may be the biggest challenge – and responsibility – for advisors if the prediction of a zero per cent overnight rate comes true.

  • BoC will cut interest rates to zero says Fidelity

    Fidelity Investments economist David Wolf believes that the Bank of Canada will eventually cut interest rates to zero.

  • Are Canadian firms doing enough bragging?

    It's a question advisors should be asking as they eye the kind of impressive portfolio growth brokerages south of the border are now crowing about.