TORONTO, Nov. 3 /CNW/ -
BMO to host a conference call discussing economic and investment outlook.
Despite a recent dip, equity markets are up strongly since their March
lows and economies across the globe are slowly gaining traction. Join Canadian
and U.S. Chief Investment Officers from BMO Harris Private Banking and Harris
Private Bank to discuss their economic outlook, prospects for recovery, and
asset allocation of investment portfolios that best align with this outlook.
CIOs Paul Taylor and Jack Ablin will provide a market outlook and comment
- The tailwinds supporting the global equity markets and economic
recovery over the next 12 months.
- Risks that could nudge the economy back into recession
- Factors which underlie the case for a biased equity allocation within
a balanced investment portfolio
For more commentary and analysis on the Canadian and U.S. markets and what
this means for investors, media are invited to participate in an interactive
media conference call at 12 p.m. EST on Wednesday, November 4, 2009.
Media conference call details:
Host: Andrew Auerbach, Senior Vice-President & Head, BMO Harris Private
Paul Taylor, Chief Investment Officer, BMO Harris Private Banking,
Jack Ablin, Chief Investment Officer, Harris Private Bank, Chicago
Ablin is also the author of Reading Minds and Markets: Minimizing Risk
and Maximizing Returns in a Volatile Global Marketplace, recently ranked
as one of the top hardcover business books by The Wall Street Journal
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
12 p.m. EDT
Media dial-in number for BMO Harris Private Banking conference call:
416-695-7806 /1 888-789-9572
The call will be archived at www.bmoharrisprivatebanking.com until November 13, 2009 and a print transcript of the conference call will be available upon request.
SOURCE BMO BANK OF MONTREAL
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