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What happened

Marijuana stocks slipped in Wednesday afternoon trading. Shares of Sundial Growers (NASDAQ:SNDL) are trading down 2.8% as of 2:35 p.m. EDT, followed by Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQ:ACB) with a 3.2% loss, Hexo (NASDAQ:HEXO) down 3.8%, and Canopy Growth (NASDAQ:CGC) bringing up the rear with a 4.1% decline.

I blame CNN.

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So what

Citing a report from the Canadian Medical Association Journal Tuesday, CNN warned that “whether you smoke it, vape it, or eat it as an edible, cannabis may be significantly increasing your risk....More>>>

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Imperial Oil Limited (IMO Quick QuoteIMO ) recently announced that it is on track to build an international-level renewable diesel facility at its Strathcona refinery close to Edmonton, Alberta.

From locally-produced and cultivated feedstocks, this new complex is set to produce more than 1 billion litres of renewable diesel fuel, annually. The project is intended to reduce emissions in the Canadian transportation industry by around 3 million tons a year, which is equivalent to removing almost 650,000 passenger vehicles from the road for a year.

Blue hydrogen (hydrogen produced....More>>>

Top 5 Canadian Stocks To Buy For 2019

What happened 

Solar stocks took a beating Monday after China cut its national incentives to install solar projects. Shares of solar panel manufacturers Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ) fell as much as 14.5%, JinkoSolar Holding Co. (NYSE:JKS) dropped as much as 17%, and Daqo New Energy Corp (NYSE:DQ) fell as much as 31.3% while inverter manufacturer Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ:ENPH) fell up to 13.5%. By early afternoon, most major stocks in the solar industry were down double digits.

So what

There were two pieces of China’s solar ruling, one having to do with distributed....More>>>

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Canada may be locked in a trade fight with the U.S., but the country’s exporters aren’t slowing down.

According to Markit’s survey of Canadian manufacturers, the index for new export orders hit 55.9 in May, the highest since 2011 and compared with a five-year average of just 51.4. The gauge has risen sharply since the start of the year, suggesting demand for Canadian goods is strengthening.

It’s a timely development, since another report Thursday showed the country’s typically staunch consumers are showing signs of fatigue. Exports may be the....More>>>

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Mexico’s peso and Canada’s dollar are vulnerable to short-term weakness as talks drag on to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement, with big swings only likely if a deal is reached quickly or the accord is scrapped altogether, according to Morgan Stanley.

Mexico’s currency could drop 10 percent if the deal is terminated, strategists including Michael Zezas wrote in a note Friday. On the other side of tail risks, if the pact is agreed to and signed this year, they would expect the peso to strengthen about 5 percent.

“FX is the main shock absorber....More>>>