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Our new premarket blog post: Tell us what you think

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Last week, we introduced an enhanced daily premarket post and we'd like to get your feedback.

Our aim: to give investors a comprehensive, easy-to-digest, snapshot of what's happening before the North American trading day gets underway - and what to look for as the day progresses.

As the first entry of the day in our Market Blog, it will let you know about key events and stock index moves overnight, insights on the trading day ahead in Canada and the U.S.,  and important stocks and economic indicators to watch.

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No doubt about it, the web has become a congested place full of investing blogs, charts, news and analysis. So, we included links in our premarket to some of the most interesting and informative reads out there.

We know that your weekday mornings are busy. That's why we've written the premarket in an approachable manner and broken it down into sections so you can get to the information you're most interested in fast. You can bookmark our Market Blog page here to make sure you see it every morning. You can also receive it as part of our Market Update daily newsletter. You can sign up for it here.

We hope you find it helpful - and we want to hear how we can make it even better.

Please drop me a line at or leave a comment on this blog post.

Happy investing!

Darcy Keith

Globe Investor Web Editor

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