Market View Video: Midday Markets: Canadian housing starts can't be sustained Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2012 11:43AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2012 12:05PM EDT The Globe's Dave Parkinson updates Tuesday's top business stories Watch More Video: Why Apple now appeals to a different type of investor How Mattel moved Barbie back into her dream house 'Breaking Mad': Potential government shutdown summed up in two TV shows BlackBerry lets the numbers speak for themselves Surprise: Canada's private companies see blue skies ahead Why the BlackBerry-Fairfax deal just might work What you need to know about Canada's wireless spectrum auction National securities regulator? Mini skirts will come back first Gluskin Sheff's Bill Webb on thinking globally in 2013 The latest bump for the Blackberry roller coaster What Gluskin Sheff's Bill Webb is buying Why 'tapering' will be the most important word the market hears today Why investors should be thanking Microsoft Why Barrick's shareholders are pushing for change David Rosenberg: U.S. housing may dip, but the economy should do fine Will BlackBerry break apart? David Rosenberg: Get ready for rising inflation and a bear market in bonds Why Lululemon's stock price is wearing thin Who are Canada's 1 per cent? Pension plans say 'no thanks' to BlackBerry Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Market View Video: Morning Markets: Was Jim Flaherty's housing intervention really necessary? Despite real estate surge, Canadian shopping strips still among world’s cheapest Top Business Stories Canada's housing market at 'tipping point'