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Frances Horodelski
Jul 27 2015

Fear is rising

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Fear is rising. The CNN fear/greed is at 9 – almost paralyzed. China’s implosion last night won’t help immediately but can potentially help put in a sentiment bottom. We’ll be watching.
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Frances Horodelski
Jul 20 2015

Hacking, a plunge in gold and lots of earnings

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
How does it feel? Especially if you are one of the 40 million users of the various Avid Life Media websites (including Ashley Madison) who may have had your private data exposed in a weekend hack. A top story today.
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Frances Horodelski
Jul 16 2015

Winners and losers after Bank of Canada cut

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Who wins? Who loses? Those are the questions we hope to answer today following yesterday’s second overnight rate cut by the Bank of Canada.
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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
Michael Kane
Jul 10 2015

Can Greece keep it together?

By Michael Kane, Anchor
Stock markets are higher today as investors seem to feel that Greek Prime Minister Alex Tsipras is going to keep the European Union together.
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Michael Kane
Jul 08 2015

Investor panic takes hold in China

By Michael Kane, Anchor
The investment community is scratching its head over what is happening in China's financial markets. Stocks have plunged 30% since mid-June and taken commodities prices down as well.
Filed in: Energy & Resources, 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. 
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GregBonnell-203x299
Jul 06 2015

Greece: Hangover time?

By Greg Bonnell, Reporter
The only certainty with the Greece situation is… we’ve plunged further into uncertainty.
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