Ed Devlin, founder of Devlin Capital, discussed with BNN Bloomberg the Bank of Canada’s decision to taper its bond purchase program and revise its economic forecasts.
Ed Devlin, interviewed today on BNN Bloomberg, offers his views on Canadian housing and why he thinks it is problematic, but not a bubble. Good public policy can still prevent a sharp, disorderly price correction.
C.D. Howe Institute We are please to announce that Ed has accepted a position as a Senior Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute. The C.D. Howe Institute is an independent not-for-profit research institute whose mission is to raise living standards by fostering...
Ed Devlin was quoted in this Bloomberg article detailing the shift towards saving rather than spending by Canadian consumers.
Ed joined BNN Bloomberg to discuss the Bank of Canada’s latest rate decision, he was correct to predict the Bank would not do a micro rate cut, and broadly agrees with Tiff Macklem’s approach to monetary policy.
A day after we launched our new website, Ed was interviewed by Bloomberg news.
We are excited to share more details about Devlin Capital as we move closer to launching new opportunities for investors later in 2021.
Watch on BNNLive on BNN's morning show The Open, Ed joins Jon Erlichman. Despite the modest inflation gains for the month of October, Canadians will continue sitting on their cash hordes instead of spending on the economy until they can regain confidence.
Ed joins BNN’s Andrew Bell to discuss the impact of the throne speech on markets and how bond yields are largely shrugging off record deficits.
Watch on BNN In this interview with BNN, Ed Devlin discussed the longer-term consequences of the Bank of Canada’s policies. Ed praised the Bank of Canada’s success in facilitating market functioning and use of quantitative easing to reduce interest rates Over the long...
Watch on BNNIn this interview with BNN, Ed Devlin gives his perspective on the response that the Government of Canada has had thus far to the COVID-19 pandemic and how this might affect the economy in the long term. Mr. Devlin opened by stating that the recent use of...