Whether it’s monitoring the impact of COVID-19, spotlighting the strength people have shown throughout this crisis, or learning how businesses are adapting their sustainability strategies, BMO’s subject matter experts are constantly monitoring the latest developments that affect your business.
COVID-19: The Biden Presidency and What Lies Ahead
As regions across Canada and the United States deploy vaccines against COVID-19, BMO hosted a panel discussion on how we’re managing through the pandemic from a health, markets and macroeconomic perspective. The panel was moderated by Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski, and featured medical commentary from Dr. John Whyte, Chief Medical Officer, WebMD, Dr. Howard Ovens, Chief Medical Strategy Officer Sinai Health. BMO experts, Deputy Chief Economist Michael Gregory and Margaret Kerins, Head of FICC Macro Strategy. A transcript of this event is available at bmocm.com/COVID19.
BMO Auto Market Update: Autos V-eer Around COVID-19
Early in the year, the outlook for the global auto industry looked dire. Dealerships were temporarily shuttered and production was halted as the global pandemic caused the shortest and steepest post-war recession on record. Still, vehicle sales have managed to chart a V-shaped recovery. What will 2021 bring? Will vehicle sales continue to stabilize? Will production return to pre-pandemic levels? How will the USMCA impact the industry? Listen as BMO Economist, Erik Johnson, provides an update on the Auto Industry economic market report and discusses key issues affecting the Canadian Auto Industry.
COVID-19: Where We Are and What Comes Next
BMO hosts a panel discussion featuring Dr. John Whyte, Chief Medical Officer, WebMD and Dr. Allison McGeer, Senior Clinician-Scientist, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health, Brian Belski, Michael Gregory and Margaret Kerins, as regions across Canada and the United States look to deploy vaccines against COVID-19. Our experts will discuss how we’re managing through the pandemic from a health, markets and macroeconomic perspective and provide commentary on the outlook.
Growing the Good: The Chicagoland Food & Beverage Network sets a Bigger Table for people in need
The Chicagoland Food and Beverage Network brings together companies in Chicago's bustling food industry to help Chicago become "The Silicon Valley of Food & Beverage." When the pandemic increased food insecurity, they leveraged their Bigger Table initiative to bring healthy food to people in need.
Growing the Good: Life Care Services Keeps Seniors Safe but Social
Life Care Services knows that the seniors living in its communities are counting on them to keep them safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the holidays are approaching, Joel Nelson and his employees have re-imagined how they operate so their residents and their families can stay connected while staying healthy.
Biden Presidency: Investment Outlook
BMO Capital Markets hosted a client call on Monday, November 9 on the election of Joe Biden to the presidency of the United States, with votes all but counted. The call was moderated by BMO Capital Markets Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski and focused on the likely shape of the U.S. economy and markets going forward based on the election results, featuring expert commentary from Margaret Kerins, Managing Director and Head of FICC Macro Strategy, and Michael Gregory, Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics.