Canada’s Oil Patch: Business as Usual

Canada's new foreign ownership rules slow the inflow of state-owned investment. Otherwise, it's business as usual. More 

Stocks at New Highs, New Lows for 12/10

Two Canadian energy companies are having very different years. See which hit a new high, and one that found a new low. More 

China ETFs vs. the Chinese Stock Market: What You Need to Know

China ETFs have moved in exactly the opposite direction of the Shanghai Composite in the past three months. Find out why this is, and what it means for China ETFs. More 

Oil Reserves? These Guys Have ‘Em

Increasing oil output is becoming exceedingly more difficult for oil majors, which could spur outright buys of smaller companies with proven reserves. More 

Here’s What President Obama’s Win Means For Your Money

President Obama's reelection opens up the possibilities for investors looking at "glocal" opportunities and in the energy sector. More 

Is Canada’s Energy Hotbed Cooling Off?

Ottawa's surprise rejection of the Petronas-Progress deal is raising concern that other deals may not go through, either. Is that unwarranted? More 

Buyout Bait in Canada’s Energy Supermarket

As the world's energy majors flock to Canada for resource deals, what firms might be next to get an offer? Here are two good possibilities. More