Shining on G-economy Tuesday

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It is a G-economy day with the government bonds down, credit spreads tightening, oil up and the gold-silver ratio falling. That should give today's morning report stock featured on INK Ultra Money a relative boost against its gold-focused peers. Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have full access. If you are not an Ultra member, join us or upgrade today.

1. The silver lining for Yamana Gold - INK Research

Yamana Gold (YRI) has been one of the top three performers in the INK Canadian Insider Index so far this year. The company's exposure to silver has served as a bit of headwind, but could that situation change?

 

Guidance updated

 

2. Second wave worries - Real Vision

 

Dr. Dena Grayson speaks to Pedro Da Costa about the ongoing efforts of medical professionals to save lives and stop the COVID-19 pandemic in its tracks. She evaluates the promising new drug Remdesivir and discusses her work on similar drugs such as Galidesivir and Favipiravir. She shares her thoughts on herd immunity, the possibility of a vaccine, as well as the different efforts of governments worldwide to contain the pandemic. Filmed on April 30, 2020.

The next wave is likely to be worse

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