10 Second Headlines

03-June-2011

Canada’s Postal Strike + Union asking for wage increases of 3.3% 1st year and 2.75% each of the next 3 years. Canada Post is offering 1.9% annually. + Canada Post wants new employee starting… Read More

27-May-2011

Middle East Peace Talks as Interpreted by Larry Jeddeloh, TIS Group + Reaction to Netanyahu’s speech to the US Congress this week is a message to the White House that Israel has the support… Read More

20-May-2011

National Bank of Canada was recognized as the number 1 bank in North America, and 3rd in the world, based on financial strength according to Bloomberg. China’s Electricity Shortage + Coal prices are soaring,… Read More

Special

image courtesy of ctv.ca 10 Second Headlines – Special Report – Slave Lake, AB Alberta’s Largest Crisis: Summary of Deputy Minister of Executive Council, Brian Manning’s speech at the Canadian Manufacturing and Exports dinner.… Read More

13-May-2011

Canada’s Trade Surplus nearly doubles + March trade surplus rose 76% to $627 million vs February. + Exports rose 3.5% while imports were up 2.8%. + Exports of energy products rose 5% and forestry… Read More

06-May-2011

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs – Canada 58,000 jobs added in April (forecast was 20,000). Employment/population ratio is at 61.9%, a 27-month high. Full time jobs were up 108,000 over 2-months, best showing since Oct 2009.… Read More

21-Apr-2011

A Synopsis of ‘End Game’ by John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper + Bigger government = lower growth + Greece has a fundamentally unstable system and needs to restructure debt. + There are 3 large… Read More

15-Apr-2011

One on One with Larry Jeddeloh, Managing Director and CIO, TIS Group + Irish banks will restructure their debt 40 – 50% by May or June. + Federal Reserve will be in a ‘permanent’… Read More

08-Apr-2011

Global Interest Rates + European Central Bank increased interest rates by 25 bps to 1.25%; the first increase since 2008. This is the 1st time in 40 years that the European rate has risen… Read More

01-Apr-2011

Chinese consortium betting on BC Coal + Chinese consortium is making a $1 billion bet on metallurgical coal in British Columbia to secure a key raw material for its steel making industry. + Construction… Read More