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The Top International ETFs in Canada for March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

As Canadians, we love to keep our investments inside Canada. Buying Canadian equities or Canadian ETFs allows us to do a few things. For one, we can keep our currency in Canadian dollars. And secondly, we can own businesses we are more familiar with, which makes us more comfortable regarding our investments.However, being overexposed to

ParagonCare merges with CH2 to create Asia Pacific healthcare powerhouse – Loans for Stock in Australia

Medical equipment maker ParagonCare (ASX: PGC) has announced a “transformative” merger with CH2 Holdings to create a premier healthcare wholesaler, distributor and manufacturer operating across growing markets in the Asia Pacific region. The proposed merger signals a strategic move to capitalise on combined operational capabilities and will enable ParagonCare to expand into new networks across
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Peppermint Innovation raises $1.1m to boost AI-powered expansion – Loans for Stock in Australia

Philippines-focused fintech Peppermint Innovation (ASX: PIL) has successfully raised $1.102 million to help drive its artificial intelligence (AI)-backed growth strategy. The new funds were raised in a placement to sophisticated and professional investors via the issue of 73,500,000 fully paid ordinary shares at $0.015 per share. The new capital will be used to grow Peppermint’s
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How to Buy NFTS in Canada – Non Fungible Token Guide – Loans for Stock in Canada

If you’ve been on the internet lately, you’ve heard about non-fungible tokens, or NFTs for short. You might not know exactly what they are, or where they come from. But you’ve seen plenty of hexagonal Twitter profile pictures of cartoon apes. And you’ve likely seen an article or two about one of those drawings selling for

Dynamic Metals announces JV with MinRes to unlock lithium potential at Widgiemooltha – Loans for Stock in Australia

Junior explorer Dynamic Metals (ASX: DYM) has announced the creation of a farm-in and joint venture (JV) agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mineral Resources (ASX: MIN) (MinRes) to divest 40% of all lithium mineral rights on the Widgiemooltha project in Western Australia. Under the terms of the unincorporated venture, Dynamic will hold 60% equity
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Telix Pharmaceuticals to acquire Canadian isotope innovator ARTMS in $125.9m deal – Loans for Stock in Australia

Australian biopharmaceutical company Telix Pharmaceuticals (ASX: TLX) is set to acquire Canadian radioisotope technology firm ARTMS Inc in a $125.9 million deal designed to boost its supply chain and production capacity. The deal will include ARTMS’ advanced cyclotron-based isotope production platform, a manufacturing plant and a stockpile of ultra-pure rare metals required for consumable target
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The Best NASDAQ ETFs to Buy in Canada for March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

As Canadian investors, we mustn’t get drawn into home-country bias and invest most of our portfolio into Canadian equities on the TSX. Why? The Canadian economy is not large enough and is exposed to too many cyclical industries such as oil and gas, mining, and financials. Suppose we want to realize more significant returns from our portfolios

BHP sees tightening copper market on back of global decarbonisation efforts – Loans for Stock in Australia

Global mining giant BHP Group (ASX: BHP) has identified copper as being a critical commodity in the global drive to reduce carbon dioxide production. Speaking on the company’s recent economic and commodity outlook, BHP’s vice president of market analysis & economics Dr Huw McKay also forecast a tightening of copper markets. “What is common across
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The Top Low-Cost Index Funds in Canada in March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

Low-cost index funds are catching on in a big way. For one, it has been brought to many investors’ attention how high-fee mutual funds and exchange-traded funds can deteriorate one’s portfolio, often by staggering amounts when those fees are paid over decades. Secondly, many investors have figured out they are uncomfortable buying individual stocks and instead

BMG Resources’ Dragon project looking to harness West Arunta’s emerging niobium-REE district – Loans for Stock in Australia

BMG Resources (ASX: BMG) has announced promising results from an ongoing review of historical exploration data for the Dragon niobium-rare earth elements project in Western Australia’s emerging West Arunta region. Government-generated geophysical surveys and exploration reports by historical and current explorers have been used to identify several coincident structural and magnetic features with similarities to
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Αρθρο του Θ. Τσακίρη στην «Κ»: Οι ενεργειακές επιπτώσεις του πολέμου στην Ουκρανία – Loans for Stock in Greece

Η δεύτερη ρωσική εισβολή στην Ουκρανία τον Φεβρουάριο του 2022 σηματοδότησε το τέλος της μεταψυχροπολεμικής περιόδου, από την άποψη ότι εισαγάγει το διεθνές σύστημα –τελεσίδικα πλέον– σε μια φάση πολυπολικής κατανομής ισχύος.

Interactive Brokers vs Questrade – An In-Depth Comparison – Loans for Stock in Canada

Interactive Brokers and Questrade are two popular online brokerage platforms in Canada. They offer many investment products and services, including stocks, options, ETFs, mutual funds, etc. In addition, they also offer some of the lowest commission levels in the country, which makes them very popular options for investors. Interactive Brokers is an American company, but far-reaching. People

The Best Ethereum Wallets in March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

Nearly all investors are eager to get their hands on the major cryptocurrencies in the market due to the sharp increase in cryptocurrency transactions. The most well-known cryptocurrency in the market after Bitcoin is Ethereum, which extends a worldwide blockchain-based virtual computer that creates tokens called ETH.Although numerous technologies use Ethereum as their foundation for

11 of the Best Canadian Stocks to Buy in March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

If you’re looking for some of the best Canadian stocks to buy in 2024, you’ve come to the right article.  For in-depth research and commentary, simply click the stock you’re interested in inside the table.What are the best stocks to buy in Canada for 2024 and beyond? 11. Lightspeed Commerce (TSE:LSPD)Going public in mid-2019, Lightspeed Commerce (TSE:LSPD),

The Top Canadian Wheat Stocks to Look at in March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

Over the last few years, investors looking for Canadian stocks have been interested in commodity prices, particularly those of wheat, corn, oil, barley, oats, and the agribusiness in general. Why? Supply chain issues during the pandemic caused significant volatility in commodity pricing, and many looked to take advantage of these swings. Along with this, overall population growth will increase the

The Top ESG Stocks in Canada to Buy in March 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

Many investors want to send a clear message to financial advisors, big mutual funds, and the management teams of many top companies. Investment gains aren’t enough. These folks also want to put capital to work in Canadian stocks that are doing good. Enter ESG investing. ESG- environmental, social, and (corporate) governance- is an internationally recognized set

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