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Frances Horodelski
Mar 20 2014

Why Fed chair Yellen is seeing dots

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
I'm seeing dots. That's the conclusion from listening to Fed chair Janet Yellen give her first press conference. The dots represent members of the FOMC and their expectations as to when the Fed Funds rate would move from its current 0%-0.25% range to higher levels.
Filed in: Canadian, Energy & Resources, Investing Ideas » Continue Reading
Mar 17 2014

Griffiths grows again

With a new name comes a new mandate and new Caracal CEO Gary Guidry isn’t wasting any time.
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Jameson Berkow
Mar 14 2014

Enbridge running out of gas, literally

By Jameson Berkow, Western Correspondent
Ontario is dealing with what is hopefully the last blast of a long, rough winter. If it lasts any longer, it could cost residents of central Canada much more to keep warm.
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Frances Horodelski
Mar 14 2014

Beward the ides of March

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
What happened? We were just beginning to enjoy this new high thing and wham, they took it away. Why? According to one investment letter writer "take your pick".
Filed in: Canadian, Energy & Resources, International » Continue Reading
Mar 12 2014

Keystone XL delays seen costing juniors

It has never been more challenging to be a junior Canadian oil and gas producer. Use
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Frances Horodelski
Mar 12 2014

Traders fretting over China, copper

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Traders are at work - mostly selling. Right across the world, markets are unsettled and red. Why? I don't think I can just give one reason.
Filed in: Canadian, Energy & Resources, Real Estate » Continue Reading
Mar 11 2014

CNQ problems go beyond Primrose

It wasn’t the best start to the weekend for Steve Laut.
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Mar 10 2014

Will flattery decide if Keystone XL flies or falls?

Opponents to TransCanada Corp.’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline are attempting a kinder, gentler approach with the U.S. State Department as Secretary John Kerry prepares to make a recommendation on whether or not U.S. President Barack Obama should approve the controversial oil sands artery.
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