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Frances Horodelski
Oct 20 2014

Will the Bullard bounce hold?

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
I’m detecting a continued bearish position from technical analysts (a bounce but the damage is done) while the fundamental guys are taking opportunity to buy stocks on the weakness. Will the Bullard bounce hold? That is the question for today.
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Oct 15 2014

Germany must start spending

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Germany needs to spend, spend, spend, or Europe will stay a mess, says Andrew McCreath. France and Italy are showing no signs of stepping up spending either. As well, McCreath calls the latest U.S. economic data "abysmal." BNN has the details on what factors are dragging retail sales and equities down.
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Frances Horodelski
Oct 15 2014

October is a horrible month

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
In the news, Toyota recalling 1.75 million cars, Shire crashing as AbbVie is looking to reconsider its offer at an October 20th board meeting, Bank of America reported its results when adjusted for this, that and the other thing (legal items mostly), the earnings came in at 42 cents versus last year’s 20 cents.
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Oct 10 2014

We're listening to the IMF now?

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
We didn't need Christine Lagarde to tell us global growth was going to be lousy, says Andrew McCreath.
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Frances Horodelski
Oct 08 2014

Pick your poison: The bear vs. the bull

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
The news cycle today will focus on the IMF’s banking stability report, Canadian housing, and SNC-Lavalin warning that a criminal prosecution could result in the closing or sale of the company and the loss of 5,000 jobs.
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Frances Horodelski
Oct 03 2014

Endless things to watch out for

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
I’m watching the 100-day moving average which has been an important inflection point for the S&P 500 over the past few years – will it be again? In Toronto, the reversal in oil could be a harbinger of more upside, some technicians say. And with winter coming, natural gas might be an additional play. Be prepared.
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Frances Horodelski
Oct 01 2014

Hold on to your hats

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Here’s what we’re looking at this morning: Chinese markets are closed for the National Day Holiday as the country celebrates its creation as the People’s Republic 65 years ago. Holidays tend to bring people out into the street and that was the case in Hong Kong where protesting continues. Despite those concerns, the Shanghai ended its best quarterly gain since the fourth quarter of 2009 +15.4%. The more broadly diversified Shenzhen also put in a decent performance +13.2%.
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Sep 30 2014

Something's propping up U.S. stock futures

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Something is propping up U.S. stock futures. Is it European inflation or Draghi leaning towards QE? Or perhaps just the end of the quarter and the month. The strong US dollar keeps pushing down the commodities. Andrew is short both oil and gold. Plus, a look at Bill Ackman's new euro-listed fund.
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