Tag Archives: Canada

Canada Crushed The COVID Curve As The U.S. Struggles

“They had a healthy respect for this virus.” The U.S. leaders thought they could gaslight science and the virus,  Canadian pols respected science and it shows in the data.  The Canucks were not influenced or led by the “Jesus Is … Continue reading

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Canadian Home Buyers In Bidding Wars

About that deflation………. Lauren Haw, CEO of Zoocasa, speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the state of the housing market across the country. To read this story and more: https://business.financialpost.com/ Subscribe to watch more Financial Post videos: https://bit.ly/3380Px3

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Why is Canadian oil so cheap? – Financial Post

$10 Handle On WCS Wow!  Canadian crude traded with a $10 handle! That is frickin’ stunning.  Production is stranded and nowhere to go.  Can’t use oil tankers for storage as they can’t get it to port. Here’s to wishing we … Continue reading

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The United States-Mexico Trade Agreement

Another “Potemkin trade deal.” Nothing there and will not move the needle in bringing back jobs to the U.S., in our analysis. That is why, we believe,  the markets like it — little impact on profit margins and the prospect … Continue reading

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Every Little Thing They Do On Trade Is Tragic

And Half Baked. Every little thing they do on trade is tragic Everything they do is wrong Even though the politics are more dramatic Now I know trade diversion in steel is on — paraphrasing Sting’s, Every Little Thing She … Continue reading

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US Imports Crude Oil Likes It’s 1999

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Sources of U.S. Petroleum Imports

Ask most Americans the major source of U.S. crude oil imports and they will probably respond the Persian Gulf.   Wrong!  The chart below shows the U.S. imports less than 15 percent from the Gulf.  More than 5o percent of petroleum … Continue reading

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Global Corporate Tax Rates

Lots of chatter the President is going to propose  a corporate tax cut in his State of the Union speech.    Corporations hold billions off-shore and maybe it will nudge some of it back into domestic capital expenditures or hiring? … Continue reading

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