Current Economy Continues to Shape Canadian Investor Behaviour: Scotiabank Study

News from Canadian News Wire | Monday, January 04, 2010

Slow economic recovery is influencing Canadian investor behaviour in a number of ways, according to a recent Scotiabank study assessing Canadian investors’ attitudes toward investing. More than half of those surveyed (55 per cent) have a neutral view on the economy, suggesting a high level of lingering uncertainty.

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