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Weekly Movers Aug 4, 2017 – Altus Group, Second Cup, Spin Master, Air Canada

Top Gainers Second Cup (TSX:SCU, Chg: +60.0%) Industry: Consumer & Retail A long history of negative same store sales growth and a shrinking store base are not a good combination especially when the balance sheet is levered. With a 6.0x net leverage ratio (on a LTM basis) and stock price below $2.0, SCU

Macro Brief for Interviews: Equities

Accelerated interview processes for the most qualified investment banking full-time placements are in full spring right now. Questions looking to separate the most precocious candidates go beyond the standard corporate finance interview questions and focus on topics that cannot be memorized in a guide. Namely, these are open ended questions

Net Asset Value in Mining

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While many parts of this article on NAV will be applicable to various industries, this article is specifically written for the metals & mining industry. This post is written by a metals & mining investment banker. What is NAV? If you are considering going into the mining industry or are interested in mining, you have probably

Metals & Mining Streaming Primer

Metals Streaming as a Financing Mechanism Streaming is a relatively new method of financing mining projects. The business model generally follows a pattern where the streamer pays a lump sum fee to a resource partner (the actual operator of the mine) in need of financing (presumably because the operating company lacks

Interview with an Equity Research Associate

This interview was conducted with an Equity Research Associate at a global bank - securities discussed have been changed What is your background? Canadian target school Honours undergraduate in Accounting. Worked in Big 4 audit for 3 years and got my CPA before "switching to industry" in Consumer Packaged Goods (PepsiCo/RB/Unilever/P&G), where I

President Trump

We are watching the conclusion of Brexit 2.0 in bemusement as markets sink to circuit breaker thresholds. Although the market will be decidedly risk-off tomorrow and perhaps the next little while, there are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of in the coming weeks as the dust settles. Lamentably, it is