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Tim Shufelt

Tim Shufelt joined the Globe and Mail in August, 2013, primarily to cover investments for Report on Business. Prior to the Globe, he worked as a staff writer at Canadian Business magazine, a business reporter at the Financial Post, and covered city news and courts for the Ottawa Citizen. He has an economics degree from the University of Guelph and a journalism degree from Ryerson University.

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Trump’s trade war proves costly for investors, except in the United States Subscriber content
Streetwise
Alternative stock exchange IEX gets its first listing Subscriber content
Index-provider overhaul to ‘change the way’ people approach portfolios Subscriber content
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Source istockphoto. Photo illustration Ming Wong/The Globe and Mail.
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REUTERS
Auto-parts giant Magna International among stocks to watch Wednesday Subscriber content
Why 2017′s top TSX stock picker says it’s time to avoid the bank sector Subscriber content Tim Shufelt
Signs of hope emerge for value investors Subscriber content Tim Shufelt
Solid corporate earnings provide little calm for jittery markets Subscriber content Tim Shufelt
Canadian tech stocks feel FAANG’s drop Subscriber content
13 figures at last? What investors are looking for from Apple earnings Tuesday Subscriber content
These stocks could see big moves Friday Subscriber content
This TSX sector is doing just as well as energy this year - but many investors aren’t noticing Subscriber content
CN Rail, poised to spike to record, is among these stocks that could see big moves Wednesday Subscriber content
DHX extends strategic review beyond initial target date
For The Globe and Mail
Corus announces $936-million quarterly loss, cuts dividend by almost 80%
Postmedia to close more local newspapers, cut staff by 10 per cent
Toronto Star names Irene Gentle editor, first woman to hold that job