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Canada Must Decide: It’s Either a Nafta Deal or a Smaller Economy

Published on Morningstar August 31, 2018

Cambridge’s Karl Schamotta commented: “The Canadian economy would be smaller than where it is today without Nafta. The lack of access to the U.S. under a free-trade pact would have a long-term deleterious effect on the Canadian economy.” Read more comments Morningstar:

Dollar gains on U.S.-China trade concerns, emerging market woes

Published on Reuters August 30, 2018

“High-frequency data in … the United States continues to present a compelling case for monetary tightening – and will keep the central bank on course to hike rates through the autumn months,” said Cambridge’s Karl Schamotta in Reuters. Read the full article here:

How Canadian investors can benefit from NAFTA deal

Published on Wealth Professional Canada August 29, 2018

In an interview with WP Wealth Professional Canada, Cambridge’s Karl Schamotta, director of global product and market strategy discusses the prospect of a NAFTA resolution. Read the full article here:

Dollar drops to 4-week low as U.S.-Mexico trade deal dims safe-haven appeal

Published on Reuters August 27, 2018

“The outlook for NAFTA seems to have brightened – but major uncertainties remain and the probability that a new agreement is announced in the coming days remains quite low,” said Cambridge’s Karl Schamotta in Reuters. Read the full article here:

Cambridge’s COO Mark Frey was interviewed by

Published on August 24, 2018

In an interview with PYMNTS Karen Webster, Cambridge’s COO Mark Frey discusses the current state of risk management among businesses that operate in the commerce and payments world, and what’s coming next. Read the entire article here

FOREX-Dollar slides as pressure on Trump increases, euro at two-week high

Published on Reuters August 22, 2018

The U.S. dollar continued its slide on Wednesday morning as political pressure on President Donald Trump increased, and the euro hit a two-week high as investors rushed to cover short positions. Read comments from Cambridge’s Karl Schamotta in Reuters:


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