Investment company Kirr Marbach & Co Llc buys Xperi, Vistra Energy, Atkore International Group, Varex Imaging, Modine Manufacturing Co, Daseke, SandRidge Energy, SandRidge Energy, Sportsman’s Warehouse Holdings, Pendrell, sells NCR, BWX Technologies, Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, ICU Medical, Hemisphere Media Group during the 3-months ended 2017-03-31, according to the most recent....More>>>
While Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI) is one of the largest energy-infrastructure companies in North America, most of its assets are in the United States. However, an outsized portion of the company’s near-term growth is in Canada due to one major project. Given the size of the project, the company is currently looking at a range of financing options, which could lead it to get creative with its....More>>>
A DNA testing of chicken sold at Subway restaurantsin Canada revealed that two of the chain’s popular sandwiches contain poultry that’s only part meat, according a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report.
A DNA researcher from Ontario’s Trent University analyzed six grilled chicken sandwiches from fast food chains for the CBC’s Marketplaceprogramand found that while....More>>>
Editors’ pick: Originally published Nov. 30.
Next year looks to be an exciting one for travel. With new countries beefing up their industries (hello, Croatia!) and Americans brushing up on their Canadian trivia, the landscape is evolving quickly for tourists of every stripe.
With that in mind, the folks over at Euromonitor have put together their list of predictions for....More>>>
Barclays analyst Thomas Driscoll and team see more dividend cuts and equity raises coming for oil & gas stocks like Apache (APA), Devon Energy (DVN),Encana (ECA), Anadarko Petroleum (APC), and Marathon Oil (MRO). They explain why:
Leverage concerns will lead E&P companies to take strong steps to strengthen balance sheets. As oil price weakness has lingered, management....More>>>
When Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board tried to redeem $500 million from Boaz Weinstein’s Saba Capital in 2015, the $116 billion pension fund for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police came to believe it was shortchanged during the process. In the fall of 2015, PSP sued Saba Capital, accusing the highly followed hedge fund of “self-dealing” and mis-marking illiquid....More>>>
In my post yesterday, I mentioned that investors with advisors – even run-of-the-mill ones – often do better than DIY investors, mainly because they’re following the program set by their advisor, and the advisor is following the program in which he or she was trained, which is to, well, stick with the program – in markets both good and bad.
I happened to run across....More>>>
Value investing may not be dead after all. After a lousy 2015, in which mutual funds that focus on cheap U.S. stocks of all sizes shed an average of 4.7%, bargain hunters have rebounded impressively. Over the past year, the average value fund earned 10.9%.
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Few funds have benefited more from the shift in investor sentiment than TCW....More>>>
On James Mattis’ first day as Defense Secretary, he learned about bugs. A hacking team had discovered critical flaws in a tool the Defense Department uses to transfer computer files.
The team was part of a bug bounty program — expert hackers who are paid to find vulnerabilities in corporations or government agencies.
Pete Yaworski is one of 80 “white hat” hackers....More>>>
Energy Storage Agreements (ESAs) will upend the coal generating business. I have been traditionally skeptical of the concept pushed by greenies that wind and solar will replace coal and nuclear fuel, and that all we need are windmills and solar panels for as far as the eye can see. Their biggest challenge is the intermittent nature of their generating footprint vs. the grid’s base load requirements....More>>>