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Are insiders buying as central bankers backtrack?

The key theme for Monday's market update is the reaction of insiders to policy signals from central banks over the past few days. Yesterday, not only did Janet Yellen backtrack from her dovish stance of the previous week, but Mario Draghi also surprised some investors by failing to signal more euro QE was on the way. Then, topping things off, last night Bank of Japan head Haruhiko Kuroda suggested that price pressures were temporary. That left traders to speculate additional monetary stimulus was unlikely anytime soon, particularly given rumours that the government did not want to see the yen weaken much further. 

Canadian real estate: last bubble blowing?

Will Canadian housing suffer the same fate as the oil and gas sector? While in our view the answer is ultimately yes, insiders are signalling if so, not just yet.
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