Phillip Colmar

Global Macro Strategist & Managing Partner MRB - The Macro Research Board

Phillip Colmar has 20+ years of experience, both as a strategist and economist. He focuses on global multi-asset investment strategy, trading opportunities, and financial market risks. His expertise is in identifying and developing macro and investment themes. He has a proven track record of idea generation and outperforming the markets. Over his career, Colmar has covered all major global asset classes and has developed comprehensive frameworks, models, and indicators. Prior to forming MRB, he was the Head of both the Daily Insights and Global Fixed Income Strategy services at BCA Research Inc. Colmar has an M.Sc in Finance from Queen’s University, as well as a B.A. in Economics and a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from Bishop’s University.

Masters (M.Sc.), Finance 2001-2002
Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance 1997-2001
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What Latest Employment & Inflation Data Means for the Macroeconomy

Phillip Colmars - September 25, 2023

Phillip Colmar joined Yahoo Finance TV host Akiko Fujita to talk about the latest employment and inflation data and what it means for the Fed, bond yields, and investment strategy.

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Major Financial Tide Shifts Shape Both U.S. & Chinese Economies

Phillip Colmars - September 20, 2023

Phillip Colmar joined Paul Sweeney and Matthew Miller on Bloomberg Radio yesterday to share his thoughts on the U.S. and Chinese economies, and the impact for financial markets.

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Navigating Market Uncertainty in the Canadian Economy

Phillip Colmars - August 27, 2023

Phillip Colmar joined BNN Bloomberg host Andrew Bell live from the Toronto studio to share his perspective on the Canadian housing bubble and the risks for the domestic economy and asset markets if bond yields continue to rise. This is one of the “weak links” of the global economy that Colmar and his team are monitoring.

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