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It’s way more complicated than a 10 point list could ever explain. But that’s all we’ve got at the moment.

B.C. lumber mills humming along
U.S., Chinese demand push West Fraser Timber Co. and Western Forest Products Inc. to the biggest combined profit since 2006.

Hedge funds bet big on commodities
Bets on rising commodities by hedge funds are at a 15-month high, driving prices into a bull market.

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Anonymous may target oil patch-related companies
The RCMP has warned energy companies with oil patch operations that they may be attacked by the Anonymous hacker group.

Dundee Industrial REIT looking to raise cash
The REIT is reportedly seeking to raise about $178-million in an IPO to buy industrial sites across Canada.

The new marketing for hedge funds
In the midst of a brand crisis, an industry struggles to contend with new rules and new client expectations.

Why investing is the world’s most difficult profession
The benchmarks always win.

More evidence of a U.S. housing recovery
More like a little recovery.

 

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