Around the world and regardless of where they’re based, utilities returns on capital expenditures depend on regulatory decisions. Recent political changes have led to regulatory shifts with significant implications for this sector. Grab your passport, and let’s take a look at these recent changes.
For some time, mining companies thought diversifying their portfolios was the best way to improve cash flow stability and protect themselves from natural resources cycles and increased volatility. That hasn’t worked, at least not as expected.
Industry consolidation and recent pipeline approvals are encouraging developments for Canada’s oil-sands operators, but investors should continue to focus on quality and only buy when the price is right.
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s unparalleled scale and experienced management team give the company a huge competitive advantage in capitalizing on long-term growth in emerging markets and turning the craft-beer headwind into a tailwind.
With little sign the US is headed for recession by the middle of next year, there’s more upside for stocks this cycle. It’s dangerous to sell out too soon and miss out on the final months of the bull market.
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