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Encana: Beware the False Dividend
Buy-side analysis is typically easier than sell-side analysis because it's fairly straightforward to evaluate a company's price in correlation to future growth prospects, and determine if it's a reasonable investment. However, it's often harder to ...
Encana swings into red on impairment charge
Encana Corp, which faces antitrust investigations following a Reuters report that it colluded with Chesapeake Energy Corp to lower the price of Michigan exploration lands, reported a second-quarter net loss on Wednesday as it wrote down assets because ...
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Nexen deal could mark open season on Canada's energy producers
Inventory of energy majors that are still mostly Canadian-owned is growing scarce, though analysts say two of the largest that remain - Encana Corp. and Talisman Energy Inc. - would become particularly vulnerable in a relaxed foreign takeover ...
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Cyclical dividend stocks: More than tempting treats
Companies in sectors like energy, materials and industrials are subject to the ups and downs of the economy, and that adds an element of risk to their dividends.
Black out in India puts Alberta brownouts into perspective
Early Monday morning the power servicing nine states in northern India, including the capital New Delhi, went offline for six hours.
Fracker-funded research pushes industry agenda in US
Controversy has followed when research too closely supports a corporate agenda. Litigation against tobacco companies helped reveal a decades-long effort that relied on academic research to suppress the dangers of smoking.
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Like the prairie summer, Tervita IPO rumours heat up
Tervita, which has 4,400 employees and more than $5 billion in annual revenues, isn't commenting on the rumours but is expected list this year.
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Microsoft sets sights on October Windows 8 launch
Darren Calabrese/National PostSteve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, speaks at the 2012 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto Monday.
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ECB's Draghi pledges to do whatever it takes to save euro
The FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European company shares was up 0.3% at 1,021.14 points and prices for 10-year German bonds fell, sending the yield to 1.3% from about 1.23% prior to the statement.. Before the speech the problems of Spain and Greece ...
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Should your family-run business pay into EI for relatives?
Is your company paying too much EI? Many family-run companies fail to realize family members working in the business are usually not eligible to collect Employment Insurance if they're laid off for any reason, including shortage of work.