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*After almost a year of waiting, Canada has formally joined major Pacific Rim trade talks- negotiations that will put pressure on Ottawa to ratchet back protections sheltering Canadian dairy, egg and poultry farmers from foreign competition.
With the election just weeks away, this strategist has ideas about where a President Romney would take the dollar.
Oct 4- Toyota Credit Canada Inc on Thursday sold C $300 million of five-year notes, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters. The 2.20 percent notes, due Oct. 19, 2017 were priced at 99.901 to yield 2.221 percent, or 92 basis points over the Canadian government benchmark, according to the term sheet.
*British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has issued a veiled threat to withhold electricity needed to operate controversial oil sands pipelines if the projects do not meet her demands.
Oct 2- Bank Of Montreal on Tuesday sold C $1.5 billion of three-year notes, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters. The 1.89 percent notes, due Oct. 5, 2015, were priced at 99.997 to yield 1.891 percent or 74.1 basis points over the Canadian government benchmark. The investment dealer arm of Bank of Montreal was the bookrunning manager of the sale.
Here are five exchange-traded funds to watch this week across a variety of sectors.
Despite a decline in Bank of America shares following a Citigroup downgrade, trader Simon Baker said there’s a litmus test for buying.
Last year he said the S&P would end the year where it started, and he was right. This year famed strategist Doug Kass tells us the stock market will make new all time highs in 2012!
U.S. banks could still see downward movement following Fitch report, Fast Money experts say.
Traders are looking for upside in the Bank of Montreal, which is less volatile and far more consistent than the big U.S. banks.
A portfolio of multinational companies yields income, even when the stock market declines.
Something happened overseas on Tuesday, a potential game changer that could call every last one of your positions into question. Really.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The only relative safe haven in North American equities in the event of a U.S. default would be Canadian banks, though even they would feel the ripple effects, according to a report from Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.
One top hedge fund manager thinks so, but the "Fast Money" team debates whether it's a stock worth owning ahead of earnings.
Stocks finished more than 1 percent higher across the board Tuesday, extending the previous day's rally, amid optimism over a solution for Greece's debt crisis and ahead of the quarter's end.
Futures advanced Tuesday after the S&P Case-Shiller home price index showed its first monthly increase in eight months, helped by an annual boost of spring buyers.
Ahead of quarter's end, is major money about to come out of bonds and go to work in stocks?
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