Earl Sweet has more than 30 years of experience applying economics to business planning and strategy development at banks. He oversees analysis of financial services markets and industry and country risk. His group publishes BMO Capital Market’s monthly report, The Goods, which highlights recent developments and forecasts for several commodities. He is particularly responsible for analysis of crude oil and natural gas markets.
Earl received his graduate degree in Economics at the London School of Economics. Prior to joining BMO Financial Group in 1996, he held positions at the University of London, the OECD, and the Executive MBA program at Concordia University.
BMO Capital Markets is a trade name used by BMO Financial Group for the wholesale banking businesses of Bank of Montreal, BMO Harris Bank N.A. (member FDIC), Bank of Montreal Europe p.l.c, and Bank of Montreal (China) Co. Ltd, the institutional broker dealer business of BMO Capital Markets Corp. (Member FINRA and SIPC) and the agency broker dealer business of Clearpool Execution Services, LLC (Member FINRA and SIPC) in the U.S., and the institutional broker dealer businesses of BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. (Member Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada and Member Canadian Investor Protection Fund) in Canada and Asia, Bank of Montreal Europe p.l.c. (authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland) in Europe and BMO Capital Markets Limited (authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority) in the UK and Australia.