Brent crude oil grabbed all the attention after spot prices hit $80 a barrel last week. And yet, almost unnoticed, a perhaps more important rally has occurred in the obscure world of forward prices, with some investors betting the “lower for longer” price mantra is all but over.
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Nearly five years after the devastating floods, the restoration and renovation efforts at Inglewood Golf & Curling Club are complete.
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Tsuut’ina First Nation Chief Lee Crowchild is urging “sober reflection” in response to a letter by a Lakeview Community Association committee that called on elected officials to reconsider plans for a stretch of the southwest ring road that would link the community to a Tsuut’ina development.
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The historic plant that first commercially developed the oilsands is falling apart. But after a decades-long assault from the elements, Bitumount is getting major renovation work before it rots away.
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Grande Prairie-Wapiti MLA Wayne Drysdale recently questioned whether or not the new Grande Prairie Regional Hospital will be further delayed.
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Council will debate passing the Emergency Management Bylaw at their Tuesday council meeting. The bylaw includes recommendations from provincial audits following the May 2016 wildfires.
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Treasury interest rates have been climbing steadily over the past couple of years, and so have mortgage rates. Mortgage News Daily’s mortgage rate now stands at 4.70%, a sharp rise compared to the 2016 MND average rate of 3.43%.
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When it comes to buying a home, $300,000 will go further in some states than others.
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DENVER — It’s a question people ask themselves more and more in Denver’s hot housing market: Does it make more financial sense to rent or buy a home?
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My landlord is a dying breed. He’s a middle-class guy who owns and rents out the tiny house we live in, built in the 1950s on the other side of the lake from Seattle. That house is his retirement plan.
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