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Eurozone divergences are back

By Lucrezia Reichlin/London Monetary policy tightening is coming to Europe. Following in the footsteps of the US Federal Reserve and others, the European Central Bank (ECB) has announced that it will end ...

The week that was — June 6-11

This week we analyzed private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) deal data for the month of May in the major markets we track: India, Greater China and Asia. from the South East. Indian startup funding fell f...

Downtown Sudbury Wins Some Awards

The recent Ontario Business Improvement Areas Association ceremony saw the Downtown Sudbury Business Improvement Association take home two awards On a big day for the Downtown Sudbury Business Improveme...

The Space Race – GuruFocus.com

Beyond the 2020 pandemic, the theme the world has woken up to is that people want more…more home, more land, more entertainment, more possessions. We have learned that more is a scarce commodity today. The be...

Remember the role of risk

The past 20 years have seen great advances in articulating portfolio manager risk and the benefits of diversification through strategic asset allocation. However, I suspect that many clients generally remain ...

Barron’s Letters to the Editor

Excellent article by Lisa Beilfuss regarding the implications of Russia's invasion of Ukraine ("The Ukraine Shock", Cover Story, February 25). There are several conclusions to be drawn from this. From an eco...

Way too early power rankings

Survivor Season 42 won't kick off properly until March 9, but the cast for the season has leaked thanks to the team at Inside Survivor. Although we don't know much about these survivors, we know just enough t...

Omicron fuels weak energy markets

Crude Oil Outlook:Growth concerns around the omicron variant are causing oil prices to collapse.A break out of the November 4 low would put crude oil prices on a course towards their channel support throughout...