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3 Big Reasons to Buy TransCanada Corporation Right Now
Income investors love TransCanada for its dividend growth, and that trend is set to continue. The company plans to increase dividends at a rate that matches or exceeds the growth in cash flows as new assets come on line.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Kinder Morgan, TransCanada, Apache ...  SYS-CON Media (press release)
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TransCanada Corporation � Are Activists Getting Their Way?
Perhaps under pressure from Sandell Assett Management and other activist shareholders, TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) has set clear targets for profit and dividend growth over the next few years, which it announced at its recent investor ...
TransCanada Given Sector Perform Rating at Scotiabank (TRP)  Ticker Report
TD Securities Increases TransCanada Price Target to C$62.00 (TRP)  sleekmoney
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2 Big Reasons Enbridge Inc. Will Outperform TransCanada Corporation
This issue may harm oil producers, but it's the opportunity of the century for pipeline operators Enbridge Inc. (TSX: ENB)(NYSE: ENB) and TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP). As an investor the question is: Which is company is better prepared ...
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Enbridge Inc. vs. TransCanada Corporation: Which Is a Better Dividend Pick?
For dividend investors looking for consistent income, Enbridge Inc. (TSX: ENB)(NYSE: ENB) and TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) are popular bets.
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TransCanada Corporation: Activists at the Gate
Sandell Assett Management, a significant shareholder of TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) recently published a letter to the TransCanada board with certain proposals to increase shareholder value.
Activist investor Sandell pushes for changes at TransCanada Corp.  Calgary Herald
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TransCanada Corp.'s submits massive 30000-page application for Energy East ...
So confident of success is TransCanada Corp., the chief backer of both Keystone and Energy East, that Alex Pourbaix, the executive in charge, spoke of the cross-Canada line as virtually a done deal.
Keystone XL Developer TransCanada Corporation Applies To Build Even Larger ...  International Business Times
TransCanada files application for approval of Energy East pipeline  The Globe and Mail
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Why You Should Buy TransCanada Corporation Shares Today
Depending on the company, shares of our nation's largest producers and shippers of oil have declined anywhere from 10% to 30%.
TransCanada to Expand Pipelines, Even as Keystone Costs Soar  Wall Street Journal
TransCanada proceeds with Canadian Mainline system enhancements  Energy Global
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3 Key Takeaways From TransCanada Corporation's Q3 Earnings Release
TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) is one of the leading energy infrastructure companies in North America, with more than 35,500 miles of wholly owned pipelines, 21 wholly and partially owned power plants, and more than 407 billion cubic ...
TransCanada Downgraded by Zacks to Underperform (TRP)  sleekmoney
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Could TransCanada Corporation Shares Rise to $75?
After weeks of rumours, TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) is being targeted by activist investors from the United States.
Credit Suisse Upgrades TransCanada Corporation (TRP) to Outperform (Earlier) (subscription)
TransCanada plans to spend big, but project uncertainty looms  The Globe and Mail
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TransCanada Corp faces new hurdle as Quebec imposes seven conditions on ...
CALGARY - TransCanada Corp's plans for a pipeline to ship Alberta oil to Canada's East Coast face a new hurdle after Quebec said this week the project must meet seven conditions before it will be allowed to proceed through the province.
Greenpeace sees 'dirty tricks' in PR firm's TransCanada plan  The Globe and Mail
TransCanada pressuring opponents of Energy East pipeline, documents show  Toronto Star
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