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  • OTTAWA, Oct 3- Canada's ruling Conservatives will defeat a parliamentary motion asking the government to hold public consultations during its review of the $15.1 billion bid by China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd to buy Canadian oil company Nexen Inc, Industry Minister Christian Paradis said on Wednesday.

  • HONG KONG, Oct 3- Hong Kong shares are set to open flat to slightly lower after a long weekend as uncertainty over the timing of Spain's request for a bailout and worries about the global economy keep investors on the sidelines.

  • *MP makes charge during debate on CNOOC bid for Nexen. OTTAWA, Oct 2- Canada's Conservative government will commit treason if it approves a $15.1 billion bid by China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd to buy Canadian oil company Nexen Inc, opposition Member of Parliament Pat Martin said on Tuesday.

  • *MP makes charge during debate on CNOOC bid for Nexen. OTTAWA, Oct 2- Canada's Conservative government will commit treason if it approves a $15.1 billion bid by China's CNOOC Ltd to buy Canadian oil company Nexen Inc, opposition Member of Parliament Pat Martin said on Tuesday.

  • By Louise Egan and Randall Palmer. OTTAWA, Oct 2- Canada's main opposition party on Tuesday urged the Conservative government not to rubber-stamp a bid by China's CNOOC Ltd to buy oil company Nexen Inc.

  • *NDP says China's Politburo names CNOOC's officers. OTTAWA, Oct 2- Canada's main opposition party urged the Conservative government on Tuesday not to rubber-stamp a bid by China's CNOOC Ltd to buy oil company Nexen Inc without public consultations, saying opinion had hardened against the deal.

  • *Alberta premier sees "a lot of benefit" for province. OTTAWA, Oct 1- The premier of the oil-rich province of Alberta said she sees benefits from the proposed $15.1 billion sale of Canadian oil producer Nexen Inc to a Chinese state-owned company, but a survey published on Monday showed half the country's executives would oppose a no-strings deal.

  • OTTAWA, Oct 1- Canada's House of Commons will vote on an opposition motion on Wednesday demanding that the government hold public consultations on the $15.1 billion bid by China's CNOOC Ltd to take over Canadian oil company Nexen Inc, the opposition New Democratic Party said on Monday.

  • *Alberta premier sees "a lot of benefit" for province. OTTAWA, Oct 1- The premier of the oil-rich province of Alberta said she sees benefits from the proposed $15.1 billion sale of Canadian oil producer Nexen Inc to a Chinese state-owned company, but a survey published on Monday showed half the country's executives would oppose a no-strings deal.

  • Oct 1- Syncrude Canada Ltd, a Canadian oil sands company that counts Suncor Energy Inc and Nexen Inc. as partners, will start a project that may extend the life of its Mildred Lake mine in Alberta by about a decade. unit Mocal Energy and Murphy Oil Corp.

  • Oct 1- The premier of the oil-rich province of Alberta sees benefits in the proposed sale of Nexen Inc to a Chinese state-owned company, a local newspaper reported on Monday.

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  • Many mid-cap stocks are well-positioned to take advantage of a resurgent consumer and have limited exposure to Europe, said Pat Dunkerley, fund manager at Scout Mid Cap. He shared his top plays.

  • The S&P is fairly valued and it is becoming increasingly difficult to find cheap names, but here are a few stocks that still have room for growth, said Scott Black, president of Delphi Management.