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  • noun Canadian physicist who bounced neutron beams off of atomic nuclei to study the structure of matter (1918-2003)


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  • The number of profit-warning announcements over the past three months is near a decade low, according to brokerage firm Brockhouse Cooper.

    The Dark Side of Strong Corporate Earnings Kelly Evans 2011

  • Toronto-based broker Brockhouse Cooper reckons a spike in oil prices to $130 a barrel would lower U.S. industrial-production growth from roughly 5% annually to about 4%.

    Dollar's Haven Allure Slips on the Oil Patch Kelly Evans 2011

  • They often trade at a discount to the underlying price of the commodity itself: At $82 a barrel, for example, oil is priced for moderate global growth, says Pierre Lapointe , a Montreal-based strategist at brokerage firm Brockhouse Cooper, while oil stocks are priced for a recession.

    Time to Ditch Commodities? Ben Levisohn 2011

  • Brockhouse Cooper is a Montreal-based brokerage firm.

    Corrections & Amplifications 2011

  • "The increase in political turmoil is making investors look more at the idiosyncratic risks of each emerging market," says Alex Bellefleur , a financial economist at investment bank Brockhouse & Cooper Inc. in Montreal.

    How to Play the Emerging Markets Ben Levisohn 2011

  • McDonald's rivals Yum for international exposure, although Brockhouse Cooper analysts note only about 20% of revenue comes from the fast-expanding Asian-Pacific region.

    Yum's Growth Prospects Have a Foreign Flavor Kelly Evans 2010

  • Montreal-based brokerage Brockhouse Cooper expects that partly for this reason, the S&P 500's dividend yield over the next few years will rebound to 2.7% from its current 2.2%.

    Right Kind of Dividend Makes a Difference Kelly Evans 2012

  • Becton, Dickinson that Brockhouse says also generate at least a third of revenue from Europe.

    Investors Try to Follow the Bouncing Euro 2010

  • Shull was rewarded with the Physics Prize in 1994, together with Bertram N. Brockhouse, who specialized in another aspect of neutron scattering on condensed material: the small energy losses resulting when neutrons excite vibrational modes (phonons) in a crystalline lattice.

    The Nobel Prizes in Physics 1901-2000 2000

  • For this purpose, Brockhouse developed the 3-axis neutron spectrometer, by which complete dispersion curves (phonon energies as function of wave vectors) could be obtained.

    The Nobel Prizes in Physics 1901-2000 2000


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