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Telus narrowly misses profit estimates as oil prices wreak havoc in Alberta

Telus Corp. painted a much clearer picture Thursday about how its businesses in Canada’s oilpatch have weathered the uncertainty and job losses resulting from the ongoing rout in oil prices. 661 more words

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What you should look for when picking stocks to hold in your RRSP

It used to be that investors put their bonds into RRSPs to capitalize on the zero tax rate offered by these accounts for income-producing and other securities, keeping their equities outside of registered accounts to take advantage of Canada’s Dividend Tax Credit. 975 more words

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Desjardins upgrades Cogeco Cable to buy

A rough year for Cogeco Cable Inc.’s stock has created a buying opportunity, according to Desjardins Capital Markets.

In a note released Monday, analyst Maher Yaghi upgraded Cogeco Cable’s stock to buy from hold, while keeping its target price steady at $74. 182 more words


Shaw's deal for Wind leaves investors cold, but CEO says he's in it for the long haul

Brad Shaw expected the market to be pleased about his company’s decision to enter the lucrative wireless business by acquiring Wind Mobile Corp. in a transaction worth $1.6 billion. 660 more words


How to save $1,500 — and then turn it into an income machine

Fool contributor Kay Ng owns shares of FORTIS INC, Royal Bank of Canada (USA), and TELUS (USA).

One thing we can do for ourselves is to save early and save often. 575 more words

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Telus Corp to slash 1,500 jobs to cut costs

Wireless provider Telus Corp. is planning to reduce its workforce by 1,500 positions as it boosts dividend payments to shareholders.

The Vancouver-based company, which operates one of Canada’s biggest telecommunications networks, said Thursday that the layoffs will save as much as $125 million each year. 275 more words

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Risk-averse investors flow into telecom, but for how much longer?

Equity investors in search of returns have fled riskier investments in energy and banking this year and found a safe haven in Canada’s stable — but maturing — telecom sector, catapulting these stocks to rich valuations. 332 more words

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