Speeches

  • November 8, 2006

    The Canadian Economy and Financial Markets in Perspective

    Remarks David Longworth World Hedge Funds Summit Vaughan, Ontario
    The hedge fund industry has been growing so quickly that meetings like this one are welcome—they provide a chance to step back and look at context and trends. And that's what I propose to do this morning. Specifically, I'd like to speak about volatility in both the real economy and in financial markets and discuss how it has been affected by monetary policy and financial innovation.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches
  • November 6, 2006

    Prospering in Today's Global Economy: Challenges for Open Economies such as Australia and Canada

    Remarks David Dodge Sydney Institute and the Canadian Australian Chamber of Commerce Sydney, Australia
    As major producers of commodities, both Canada and Australia rely heavily on international trade for our economic expansion, and we each rely extensively on global capital markets. So, what I would like to talk about first is how we see the global and Canadian economies unfolding and what we might expect to see in the future. Following that, I'll also talk about some of the policies that can best help countries like ours to deal with the challenges of today's global economy, looking at this from both a domestic and an international perspective.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches

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