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Nicolas Johnson

Nicolas Johnson
Investment Reporter

Nicolas Johnson has covered global finance, markets and investing since 1998. He joined The Globe and Mail in 2011. He has worked as a reporter and editor with Bloomberg News in Paris and Tokyo, and also worked briefly in emerging-market debt at Société Générale. Nicolas has a Bachelor of Arts from Queen's University and a Master of Arts from Sorbonne University in France.

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Frontier markets show promise for the brave
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Frontier markets’ volatility: a reality check
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GW Pharmaceuticals: A different kind of marijuana company
GW Pharmaceuticals
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Investing in marijuana: a growing interest
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Seven global stock and fund picks for 2014
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Do what the wealthy do: invest abroad
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Even millionaires need to plan for retirement
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Canada Competes
Productivity: How Canada can hedge against a plunge in oil prices
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Kinross Gold's Mauritanian desert storm
Kinross shareholders have balked at the price of Tasiast from the beginning.
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Attention, second-home buyers
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Why our young may save the housing market from tumbling
The growth of Canada Guaranty’s portfolio highlights a bet that both it and its new owners – including the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan – are making on the resiliency of the housing market.
Magna leads, RIM lags in stock picks contest
Canadian real estate market a tale of two cities
A "For Sale" sign is posted outside of at Toronto townhome Tuesday Oct. 25, 2011.
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Value of gold stocks relative to bullion at decades low
A freshly produced bar of gold is cleaned at the Boroo gold mine in Boroo, about 150 km (93 miles) north of the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator in this July 5, 2006 file photo. Boroo, owned by Canada's Centerra Gold Inc. produced 9 tonnes of gold last year -- about half of total production in the Central Asian nation of deserts and grasslands.
Toronto condo starts show no sign of cooling
Workers are seen at a condo development in the Liberty Villiage area of Toronto.
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Traders betting on gasoline rally win big
A woman pumps gas in Toronto on Tuesday, May 10, 2011.
Despite promising first quarter, outlook for equities cautious
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Apple takes commanding lead over Exxon