Galvan's Week Ahead

Welcome to the Galvan Week ahead report with content supplied exclusively by Galvan. Here we preview the week’s events – both economic and corporate – drawing on the work of the broker’s experienced research and trading teams. It is a mix of fundamental data and technical analysis designed to provide Proactive readers an at a glance guide to what will unfold on the markets over the next five trading days.

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  • Wall Street tallies fourth down day in a row

    Thu 8:04 pm

    Wall Street tallies fourth down day in a row

    U.S. stocks fell Thursday, posting their fourth straight session of losses as global growth worries continued, and as airstrikes launched by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations in Yemen sparked further concerns, pushing up oil prices.

  • Investors to keep close eye on BlackBerry's revenue tomorrow

    Thu 5:05 pm

    Investors to keep close eye on BlackBerry's revenue tomorrow

    The Waterloo, Ontario-based company is still trying to secure its future with new smartphones but, demand for its software has continued to outperform the hardware division and it is expected to post losses of US$0.04 per share for the quarter that ended on February 28, according to consensus estimates.

  • TSX drops as pessimism about economic growth counters oil jump

    Thu 5:01 pm

    TSX drops as pessimism about economic growth counters oil jump

    Canadian shares declined as broad pessimism about economic growth overshadowed a jump in oil prices following Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes on rebels in Yemen. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) fell 0.3 percent to 14,891.91 at 12:31 p.m. in Toronto.

  • Wall Street falls further as oil prices rise

    Thu 3:37 pm

    Wall Street falls further as oil prices rise

    U.S. stocks fell Thursday, on track for their fourth straight session of losses as global growth worries continued, and as airstrikes launched by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations in Yemen sparked further concerns, pushing up oil prices.