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May 16 2013

Harper goes to New York

Stephen Harper will be in New York to extol the virtues of Canada’s resources and economy during a conversation with former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin.
Filed in: Canadian, Energy & Resources » Continue Reading
Mark Bunting
May 14 2013

Billionaire Loeb vs. corporate Japan

By Mark Bunting, Anchor, Reporter
Dan Loeb is facing an uphill struggle with his attempt to breakup Sony.
Filed in: Economy, International, Investing Ideas » Continue Reading
May 14 2013

BlackBerry takes centre stage

BlackBerry's top brass will take to the stage at 9 a.m. ET to give a crowd of developers, business leaders, and everyone in between, a glimpse into the company's future.
Filed in: Technology » Continue Reading
May 13 2013

Gross, Rosenberg say the bond bull is dead

Bill Gross, manager of the world's biggest bond fund at PIMCO, Tweeted this week that "the secular 30-year [bull] market likely ended 4/29/2013." Another long time bond bull David Rosenberg this week suggested the end of the bond bull too and is growing a bit concerned of wage push inflation developing in the U.S. labour market.
Filed in: Investing Ideas » Continue Reading
May 13 2013

A look at the REIT craze

BNN taps into the REIT craze and gets an insiders look at who's shorting Canada.
Filed in: Canadian, Energy & Resources, Investing Ideas, Real Estate » Continue Reading
May 10 2013

Jobs growth returns in April

Job growth returned to Canada last month, albeit at a tepid pace. 12,500 jobs were created in April, following the stunning loss of 54,500 positions in March.
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Frances Horodelski
May 07 2013

Can you time the market?

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Alan Brown, a senior advisor at Schroders Investment Management, says that data can be manipulated enough to show that market timing can be both a good and bad move by investors.
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May 06 2013

All is not quiet on the U.S. labour front

Investors, it seems, will do whatever it takes to avoid bad news. That's one way to look at the surge in U.S. equity markets on Friday – when both the Dow Jones industrial average and the S&P 500 hit record highs – in response to the better-than-expected American jobs report for April.
Filed in: U.S. » Continue Reading

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