After four grinding years of falling metal prices and vanishing market capitalizations, we have seen a stunning shift in market sentiment since mid-January, says Matt Geiger of MJG Capital. Multiple physical commodities are now in technical bull markets, and resource equities in particular have enjoyed a spectacular 2016 thus far. Geiger highlights several companies poised to take advantage of the boom.
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An owner of private land located near popular trails on Lethbridge’s southside is putting his foot down on trespassers.
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Global banking giant Citi believes time is nearly up on Australia’s apartment building boom, with a glut of supply over the next two years likely to trigger a drop in prices.
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Iran’s oil minister said on Friday that Tehran will cooperate with Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to stabilize the world market, but expects others to respect its rights, the ministry’s news agency SHANA quoted him as saying.
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As Calgary suffers through one of the worst downturns in its history, a number of Toronto-based developers are taking a long-term view on the Alberta economy and moving ahead with multimillion-dollar projects.
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When talking home ownership it comes as little surprise in the midst of an economic downturn to hear talk of a buyer’s market and in some parts of the province, including Calgary, the outlook is a little grim.
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If it feels like the Calgary’s summer road construction projects are melding together – it’s because they are.
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Kent Rupert, team leader of Economic Development at the City of Airdrie, said he’s hoping feedback received from the public will help him and his team as they work on a new economic strategy.
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The Wood Buffalo Recovery Committee is recommending council give varying levels of property tax relief to residents affected by the wildfire.
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Blackfalds Town Council has given itself and Wolf Creek Public Schools some leverage in a bid for funding for a new high school.
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