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Video Summary: INK Morning Report July 3, 2019 Exco Technologies (XTC)

Insiders have been buying as Exco Technologies (XTC) approaches a 4-year bear market. Full report is availabe here.

Who is clapping for Canada's central bank planned economy?

July 20, 2015 - If there was any doubt that the current government in Ottawa has thrown in the philosophical towel on free market oriented economics, it was removed last week when its central bank governor cut rates back down to great financial crisis levels. The lack of a crisis did not deter the central bank from pushing overnight rates into emergency status, a situation last seen during 2009 when the global economy was on the brink in wake of the Lehman bankruptcy.

On Wednesday, central bank governor Stephen Poloz even had to admit that the rate cut could negatively impact financial stability "vulnerabilities." This rolling of the dice has brought out the critics, which now even include some Bay Street money-bank economists. 

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