June 30, 2022

Day by day roundup of analysis and evaluation from The Globe and Mail’s market strategist Scott Barlow

Bloomberg’s newest Odd Tons podcast with Jeff Currie, commodity strategist from Goldman Sachs, is the very best I’ve heard for some time.

The strategist, whereas a agency believer that local weather change must be addressed, believes ESG buyers personal plenty of accountability for present oil costs. It has starved the trade of capital, limiting new provide, with the top earnings serving to fund Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine. He strongly favours a carbon tax that can present authorities income for one, and in addition facilitate the mandatory monetary calculations to inspire funding in the appropriate costs.

Mr. Currie believes that the environmental disaster of the Nineteen Seventies, acid rain, is the appropriate comparability. In that case, the U.S. and Soviet Union acknowledged the hazard and negotiated an enforceable treaty concerning sulfur emissions. The end result was a functioning sulfur market incentivizing enterprise capitalists to assist resolve the problem.

Mr. Currie believes that decarbonization efforts will make copper “the tightest commodity market we’ve ever seen” with a lot, a lot larger costs ensuing within the essential motivation to extend provide.

The podcast is on the market on the non-subscriber model of Spotify right here, however there are commercials.

Additionally it is obtainable on Apple’s community right here


BMO chief fairness strategist Brian Belski famous that home revenue progress peaked in December 2021 and issues may get uneven for the following few months.

“There’s little doubt that Canadian earnings progress peaked in December 2021 … To be clear we don’t anticipate an earnings recession within the close to time period, however relatively a gradual transition again to a extra normalized progress atmosphere … Certainly, after we take a look at historic peaks in S&P/TSX trailing earnings progress, our fashions recommend this transition course of favours capital utilization elements over extra simplistic progress elements, which are inclined to outperform when progress is scarce. In accordance with our work, the next capital utilization elements – free money movement yield, dividend progress, share buybacks, and even easy dividend yield – are inclined to outperform the broader market on common one-year after trailing earnings progress peaks. We consider GARP might be one other efficient technique for coping with the slowing earnings momentum in 2022.”

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“BMO: “There’s little doubt that Canadian earnings progress peaked in December 2021″” – (analysis excerpt) Twitter

See additionally: “Why the commodity rally and TSX outperformance might quickly come to an finish” – Globe Investor e-newsletter


It isn’t a shock that Canadian households, with debt ranges close to all-time data, will likely be affected by rising rates of interest. Scotiabank strategist Jean-Michel Gauthier, nonetheless, argues that households will likely be negatively affected sooner than in cycles previous,

“The latest information launch for brand spanking new Canadian financial institution lending reveals a continued slowdown in new mortgage lent out as of February … Altering shopper preferences in new mortgage lending are hinting that the present financial tightening cycle (Boc +50bp[basis points] to 1.00% yesterday) may weigh a lot faster on shoppers’ wallets than in earlier tightening sequences … Since early 2021, we’ve seen a surge in new residential mortgage lending with variable charges. In the meantime, new lending for 5-year fastened charge mortgages has collapsed to its lowest ranges since late 2018. Because of this, variable charge mortgages now account for 30% of complete excellent mortgage balances, a excessive level since this information collection began in 2016 … Utilizing February’s common worth for Canadian properties offered, assuming a 20% down cost and a 25-year amortization interval, a 5-year fastened charge mortgage would value about C$2,946/month vs. the variable charge mortgage at C$2,552, a near C$400 month-to-month distinction! With money strapped shoppers struggling to even get a 20% down cost within the present overheated housing market, the distinction could be even larger … Total, we consider the rising reliance on variable charge mortgages may have a double whammy impact: first, the Financial institution of Canada charge hikes will likely be transmitted to Essential Avenue a lot faster than in previous cycles, hitting disposable revenue. Second, the hit to the housing market, and thus the wealth impact, may even be a lot faster. The trail for a protected touchdown from overheated situations and unmoored inflation is thus slim.”

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“Scotia: ‘The trail for a protected touchdown from overheated [housing market] situations and unmoored inflation is thus slim.” – (analysis excerpt) Twitter


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