Borzykowski: TD’s popular chief economist to retire

Don Drummond’s set to step down on May 3.



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Everyone’s got to retire at some point, right? Even Don Drummond, TD Canada’s seemingly always-on-the-go chief economist. Drummond’s stepping down on May 3 — TD’s Craig Alexander will take his place.

Drummond is a fascinating guy, and his team has delivered countless reports that shed light on the country’s economic health. As a result, he’s helped many Canadians determine how they should invest and save. Not sure if he’s really going to retire or follow in CIBC’s economist-turned-author Jeff Rubin’s footsteps, but either way, I’ll miss the guy’s deadpan voice and thought provoking lectures.

Here’s a video of me talking to Drummon about the recession.

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