Bearclaw Capital Corp. (BRL.V)

TSXV - TSXV Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
0.030.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap731.16k
P/E Ratio (ttm)-0.94
Avg Vol (3m)3,758
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  • Marketwiredlast year

    Bearclaw Announces Grant of Options to Directors

    Bearclaw Capital Corp. announces that it has granted options to directors and consultants pursuant to its stock option plan . Options to acquire 900,000 common shares were granted to the directors and ...

  • Marketwired2 years ago

    Bearclaw Capital Corp. to Investigate Wind Power Project

    Bearclaw Capital Corp. is pleased to announce that it is investigating the acquisition and development of a proposed 4.8 Megawatt wind power project located in British Columbia. The Company is committed ...

  • Forbes2 years ago

    The Dollar Rally: Where Will The Buck Stop?

    Deflation fears in Europe, challenging demographics for growth in Japan, and overcapacity and oversupply in many commodities critical to emerging markets have led to weak economic outlooks and accommodative monetary policy in most of the world.  The monetary policy response in the US versus the rest of the world is expected to become even starker, with expected increases in US rates offering relatively higher real returns to investors.  Investor flows should follow higher real yields and boost the dollar. The investment implication of a strong dollar is less straightforward than the narrative.  One can't simply buy the dollar like any other asset. Against other large developed market currencies like the Euro (EUR) and the Yen (JPY), the dollar strength has been driven by the expected divergence in monetary policy and, more specifically, differences in front-end yield curves.  Fed actions are expected to result in higher rates at some point next year. In emerging markets (EM) the drivers of dollar strength are somewhat similar to those in developed markets, but with a subtle twist.  Relative yields can still drive marginal investor flows, but funding concerns in EM can exacerbate these swings.  Following the 2008 financial crisis, many EM countries witnessed large foreign investor inflows, significant expansion in local credit markets, and substantial increases in economic capacity.