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Frances Horodelski
Aug 21 2014

Fed fatigue

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Today’s BNN line-up includes CEOs from Exchange Income Corporation, BuildDirect, Whooshh Innovations and Caldwell Investment Management. Our shows will also focus on the opportunities and expectations for the Canadian banking sector as Royal Bank kicks off reporting season tomorrow as well as our ongoing plethora of investment ideas.
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Aug 18 2014

Fed to dictate the tape

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Easing tensions around the globe has turned the focus away from geopolitics towards Chinese growth (or lack thereof). But Andrew says this week it’s all about the Fed, as all eyes are on the upcoming FOMC minutes on Wednesday, most especially on speeches to be made by Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi, who are both expected to be very dovish. Plus, a forward-look at Canadian bank earnings.
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Frances Horodelski
Aug 12 2014

O Captain! My Captain!

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
The economic calendar is very light. Traders note however that maybe the most important week of the second half will be next week with the minutes from the last FOMC meeting and similar notes from the last BOE meeting, flash manufacturing PMIs (again?) plus the agenda for the Fed gabfest at Jackson Hole will be released on August 21st (the meeting is August 21 through 23). The earnings calendar continues to thin although we have Cascades (miss), Rona, American Apparel and Fossil before the bell. Tomorrow is a more interesting day with Deere, Cisco, Macy’s, CAE and Aimia.
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Aug 01 2014

U.S. jobs: Soft enough to soften

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Stocks are in the red and bonds are in the green this morning on the latest U.S. job number. The Dallas Fed chair says rates could rise "sometime early" in 2015. $13 billion has been pulled out of high yield bond funds in the last three weeks. Andrew says if this continues it will hurt the market. Plus, a look at companies getting hurt over their Russian exposure.
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Jul 30 2014

It's all about Uncle Sam today

By Andrew McCreath, BNN Markets Commentator
Market drivers today are all-American on ADP data, a strong GDP number, and a Fed decision this afternoon. Andrew says the greenback is going to continue to get more green, but Europe is in for more tough times as the ECB squares of with German interests. Plus, gold is under-performing so it might be time for base metals to shine.
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Frances Horodelski
Jul 29 2014

Is a turn coming?

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Stories BNN is covering: The WSJ (and others report) that Microsoft’s offices have been raided by Chinese authorities with respect to an anti-monopoly investigation, the continuing issue surrounding PetroChina officials and their valuation of Athabasca assets and, finally, the National Research Council today disclosing a breach of security that CTV is reporting is from Chinese hackers. Lots here.
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Frances Horodelski
Jul 22 2014

Ackman’s big reveal

By Frances Horodelski, Anchor
Pyramid schemes are frauds that are based on recruiting an ever-increasing number of investors. Does this describe Herbalife? Bill Ackman thinks so and will look to prove it the “most important presentation of his career”. Today’s big story.
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Michael Kane
Jul 21 2014

A quick word on James Garner

By Michael Kane, Anchor
The passing of actor James Garner presents an opportunity to mention one of the best teaching tools in the business world.
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