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Trader Talk is produced by a team of active traders, analysts and various derivatives professionals from multiple organisations. Trader Talk provides comment on equities, commodities, and other financial instruments based on both technical and fundamental analysis.


 





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  • Blackberry swings to surprise profit, revenue falls short of expectations

    12:51 pm

    Blackberry swings to surprise profit, revenue falls short of expectations

    Blackberry, a Canadian technology company, reported a surprise profit in its fiscal fourth quarter, but revenue fell well short of market expectations. Shares gained in New York. Net income was $28 million, or $0.05 per share, in the three months ended February 28, compared with a net loss of $148 million, or $0.28 per share, a year earlier, the Waterloo, Ontario-based company said.

  • Wall Street edges down ahead of Yellen speech; BlackBerry, Dow Chemical in focus

    12:43 pm

    Wall Street edges down ahead of Yellen speech; BlackBerry, Dow Chemical in focus

    U.S. stock futures were slightly lower in early trading Friday ahead of a speech this afternoon by Fed Chair Janet Yellen, when investors will continue to look for signs on the timing of the next interest rate hike. 

  • Greencastle Resources CEO outlines royalty strategy

    9:54 am

    Greencastle Resources CEO outlines royalty strategy

    Tony Roodenburg, chief executive of Greencastle Resources (CVE:VGN), discusses the company’s strategy with Proactive Investors and explains why a share buyback is the best option for the company and its shareholders. Roodenburg explains: ‘Our business model is to try to get interesting assets, advance them a little bit and then hopefully find a partner to come and take on the more risky part of the exploration and we would then keep a royalty on the property.’ Greencastle’s CEO also talks about Deveron Resources in which the company has a 65% stake.
  • 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.