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Frances Horodelski
Aug 29 2014

Hold on to your hats

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Today’s news will center on the CRTC looking into paper invoice fees, end of month rebalancing (bonds have been the big outperformer on the month and year), low volumes (because of the North American long weekend), QE chatter (what will Mario Draghi do next week), Icelandic volcanic activity, and reaction to the slightly stronger Canadian economic activity (watch the Canadian dollar which has been supported by the inversion trade and possible buying by the bankers helping 3G fund its acquisition of Tim Hortons). BNN will also have stories on Bombardier, Bonterra and balancing bonds.
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Aug 28 2014

Buy U.S. dollar, sell the loonie

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
On today’s Morning Call, Andrew McCreath explains why he thinks investors should buy the U.S. dollar and sell the Canadian dollar, what’s behind disappointing sales for U.S. clothing retailers, and a big announcement Apple might make when they introduce the iPhone 6.
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Aug 27 2014

What’s driving skyrocketing bonds in Europe?

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Andrew McCreath goes over the stories of the morning, including what’s driving skyrocketing European bonds, what the ECB should do to get consumer confidence up, and his outlook on farm supply stocks.
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Frances Horodelski
Aug 27 2014

The bulls say it isn’t closing time yet

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
On BNN today we’ll be talking crickets, the next big trends in technology and fashion, e-books and what the Premiers will be discussing in PEI. Lots to do and say – join us.
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Larry Berman
Aug 18 2014

Double the debt, half the yield … what’s up with that?

By Larry Berman, Berman's Call
There is almost double the debt in the world today than there was before the financial crisis and interest rates are lower. The laws of supply and demand have been altered by central bank policies. This week at the annual Jackson Hole conference we expect Janet Yellen to give a dovish speech (being a dove means that the bias is for easier policy).
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Frances Horodelski
Aug 15 2014

Looking at where big money is going

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
There are a lot of other stories to consider such as BHP-Billiton potentially considering a de-merger (what does this mean for the company’s Potash intentions. BHP reports next week). Blackberry smartphone sales jumped 15% in the latest period. Of 301 million phones sold in the second quarter, Blackberry sold 1.5 million.
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Frances Horodelski
Aug 13 2014

What's working, and what's not?

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
What’s on the calendar at BNN today? Well, the earnings parade continues with these companies reporting this morning – Deere, Macy’s, Onex, CAE, Metro, plus energy companies Crescent Point, Bankers, Transglobe (the worst performing energy stock in the TSX composite) and InterOil. After the close, Sea World, Cisco, and K-Bro Linens. From last night report, King Digital was down 22% while Seaworld isn’t doing particularly well either down 13% this morning. On the other hand Canadian Solar and FuelCell Energy are both up more than 5%. Deere is down on its revenue miss.
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Larry Berman
Aug 11 2014

The benefits of a tactical rebalance

By Larry Berman, Berman's Call
The Sleep at Night portfolio starts with a low beta core holding and explores the world for dividend and growth opportunities.
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