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Frances Horodelski
Jul 23 2015

Not everyone is convinced a U.S. rate hike is on tap

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Despite all the talk of a rate hike as almost inevitable by the Fed in September, the futures markets and economists are right on the fence at 50:50 (similar to the on-the-fence view of the Street going into the Bank of Canada’s rate cut last week). Next week’s FOMC meeting will provide important tells.
Filed in: Economy, Financials, U.S. » Continue Reading
Frances Horodelski
Jul 17 2015

Pros and cons of a battered loonie

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Today’s story will focus on the weakness in the Canadian dollar. We’ll dig into the beneficiaries and those companies that will be hurt.
Filed in: Economy » Continue Reading
Frances Horodelski
Jul 15 2015

Bank of Canada decision a coin toss

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Central bankers are in the focus with the Bank of Japan (maintains record stimulus), Janet Yellen (first day of two days of testimony to Congressional banking committees) and of course, the Bank of Canada. Will he or won’t he? That’s the question.
Filed in: Economy » Continue Reading
Frances Horodelski
Jul 13 2015

Greek deal still far from done

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Greece - an 86 billion euro agreement has been reached but requires considerably more work including Greece asking the IMF for help and more deadlines including a number of items before July 15.
Filed in: Economy, International » Continue Reading
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Jul 07 2015

Greek PM faces his skeptical creditors

By Greg Bonnell, Reporter
After walking out on bailout talks last month, Greece’s prime minister is in Brussels today seeking a new deal from the beleaguered nation’s creditors. What’s different this time? Alexis Tsipras carries with him a 61% ‘No’ result from the weekend’s referendum. 
Filed in: Economy, Energy & Resources, International » Continue Reading
Frances Horodelski
Jul 03 2015

Tick tock...two days until Greek bailout vote

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Today’s chase will focus on the stories of the day (and remember the U.S. markets are closed for the July 4 weekend). We have Greece of course. Just two days to go and according to many reports only one billion in euro cash available for the beleaguered Greeks.
Filed in: Economy, Energy & Resources, International » Continue Reading
Frances Horodelski
Jul 02 2015

Traders take wait and see on Greece...for now

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Welcome back. Yesterday’s bounce succinctly explained by Zack’s: ADP employment stronger, construction spending better and ISM Manufacturing better including forward looking new orders. Notice nothing about Greece
Filed in: Economy, International, Investing Ideas » Continue Reading
Michael Kane
May 29 2015

Canadian economy feels the oil shock

By Michael Kane, Anchor
The Canadian dollar is falling after the oil shock took a bite out of Canada’s economy in first quarter.
Filed in: Economy » Continue Reading

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