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Michael Kane
Jul 10 2014

TSX tug of war

By Michael Kane, Anchor
The Toronto market, today, could be a tug-of-war governed by higher prices for gold, lower prices for oil and the safety of financial stocks.
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Jul 09 2014

One regulator to rule them all

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Andrew says economies of scale and economies of scope show that Canada should have one securities regulator.
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Michael Kane
Jul 09 2014

The Beautiful Game turned ugly

By Michael Kane, Anchor
"The Beautiful Game" turned ugly yesterday. So how in the world could Brazil's stunning, unexpected and humiliating loss in the World Cup be interpreted as a 'positive' for the country's stock market?
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Jul 08 2014

Don't expect many second-quarter earnings beats

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
As we head into earnings season again, 113 S&P 500 companies have backed off their expectations. Andrew breaks down the missed earnings from Samsung, Air France, and Phillips. Plus, is there a an asset that isn't in a bubble? Let Andrew know by tweeting him @CedarBush.
Filed in: International » Continue Reading
Michael Kane
Jul 08 2014

Robots will soon build your BlackBerry

By Michael Kane, Anchor
Stock markets started the week cautiously with losses in Toronto and New York ranging from one-quarter to three-quarters of one-percent. Trading volume was noticeably light in New York although Toronto was close to normal.
Filed in: Technology » Continue Reading
Larry Berman
Jul 07 2014

Market breadth shows rising disappointment risk

By Larry Berman, Berman's Call
This week we are going to look at market breadth. On valuation, the markets are not frothy, but they are at the high end of where disappointment risk increases.
Filed in: Investing Ideas » Continue Reading
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Jul 07 2014

JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs expect a rate hike

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Chatter accusing the U.S. Federal Reserve of being behind the curve is getting louder, and JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs are listening. Andrew says the market will force a rate hike before Janet Yellen wants to. Europe is in a funk, and Germany is not immune. Westjet sees an upgrade from BMO, while Couche-Tard misses earnings expectations.
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Michael Kane
Jul 07 2014

A cautious start to the week

By Michael Kane, Anchor
Stock markets are looking cautious to start the week. European bourses are down about a quarter of one-percent but trading volume is one-quarter to one-half of what it would normally be.
Filed in: Canadian » Continue Reading

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