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Event: Hamilton Capital Opens TSX, Celebrating the Launch of Hamilton Capital Global Financials Yield ETF (HFY;TSX)

On February 8, 2017, Hamilton Capital, and its partners, joined Dani Lipkin, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds, Closed-End Funds, and Structured Notes, TMX Group to open the market to launch Hamilton Capital Global Financials Yield ETF (HFY;TSX). HFY commenced trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on February 7, 2017.

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Are the Canadian Banks Becoming Too Powerful? (Globe and Mail)

Over the past few years, the Canadian banks have been praised for avoiding the worst of the global financial crisis. This success is firmly rooted in public policy (and good management) since, for much of the past century, Canadian policy makers – i.e., governments and regulators – sought to create a very powerful and Canadian-controlled banking system. Click to Download»

That Was Then, This is Now: Comparing the European Debt Crisis to the Credit Crisis (Globe and Mail)

Europe’s current sovereign debt crisis bears many similarities to the recent U.S. Credit Crisis. Both crises involve(d) two roughly $14 trillion dollar economies weakened under the weight of too much leverage, particularly within the financial system. Both have seen central bankers provide unprecedented monetary accommodation as they struggle for ways to support economic growth. What’s more, bank stocks have acted in both cases as a daily barometer of investor confidence. Click to Download»

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