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Secteur Compagnie Acronyme Bourse Prix Tendance Cours plafond des 52 dernières semaines ou Maxi 52 semaines
Fabricant ABB ABB NYSE $24.90 à la HAUSSE $25.55
Fabricant Acuity AYI NYSE $103.63 à la HAUSSE $106.33
Distributeur Anixter AXE NYSE $85.61 à la HAUSSE $87.87
Fabricant Coleman CCIX NASDAQ $23.83 à la HAUSSE $26.50
Fabricant CREE CREE NYSE $56.92 à la HAUSSE $76.00
Fabricant Eaton ETN NYSE $72.97 NC $73.44
Fabricant Emerson EMR NYSE $66.89 à la BAISSE $68.44
Distributeur
(Industriel/Hybride)
Fastenal FAST NASDAQ $47.01 à la HAUSSE $53.38
Fabricant Federal Signal FSS NYSE $14.07 à la BAISSE $15.76
Fabricant GE GE NYSE $27.03 à la HAUSSE $27.50
Distributeur
(Industriel/Hybride)
Grainger GWW NYSE $253.76 à la BAISSE $276.38
Fabricant Hammond Manufacturing HMM.A TOR $1.44 à la HAUSSE $1.60
Fabricant Hammond Power Solutions HPS.A TOR $6.62 à la BAISSE $11.00
Distributeur Houston HWCC NASDAQ $12.71 à la BAISSE $15.07
Fabricant Hubbell HUB.A NYSE $93.22 à la BAISSE $100.70
Fabricant LeGrand SA FRLR EPA € 38.78 à la BAISSE  
Fabricant Littelfuse LFUS NASDAQ $88.72 NC $87.90
Fabricant Magnatek MAG NASDAQ $20.88 à la BAISSE $22.00
Fabricant Pentair PNR NYSE $71.60 à la HAUSSE $71.42
Distributeur Rexel RXL FR € 18.18 à la BAISSE € 19.10
Fabricant Rockwell ROK NYSE $110.96 à la HAUSSE $114.76
Fabricant Schneider SU EPA € 60.25 à la HAUSSE € 66.99
Fabricant Siemens AG SIE DE € 95.69 à la BAISSE € 98.49
Fabricant Tyco TYC NYSE $37.93 à la HAUSSE $38.77
Distributeur WESCO WCC NYSE $87.00 à la HAUSSE $88.34

 

INDEX    
Commandes de machine-outils    
Découpage des métaux (par commande numérique ou non ) à la BAISSE de 12% d'unités et 10% en valeur des ventesà la BAISSE de 12% d'unités et 10% en valeur des ventes  
Découpage des métaux (par commande numérique ou non ) à la BAISSE de 11% d'unités et 19% en valeur de ventesà la BAISSE de 11% d'unités et 19% en valeur de ventes  
Mises en chantier de logements individuels (novembre) à la BAISSE de 5% 5409 unités à la BAISSE de 5% 5409 unités  
Mises en chantier autres (novembre) à la BAISSE de 6% 9921 unités  
Nouvelles constructions $300,273,000 à la BAISSE de 6.6% à la BAISSE de 6.6%
Nouvelles constructions (bureaux) $28,765,000 à la HAUSSE de 6.9%
Nouvelles constructions (industries) $7,523,000 à la HAUSSE de 7.1%
Indice de production    
Indice PMI (purchasing manager index) INDEX 55.3 plus forte croissance depuis mars
Chômage 6.90%  
Indice des prix à la consommation 0.70%  
Croissance du PIB 0.70%  
Taux préférentiel 1.13%  
Taux hypothécaire 5.34%  
Taux de change en dollars US 0.9454  
Aluminum .7902/lb à la BAISSE
Cuivre 3.3043/lb à la BAISSE
Inflation 0.70%  
     
Source: Pathfinder Canada, Bank of Canada, Statistics Canada 12.17.13    

Electrician Forum Brought to you by Schneider Electric

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Therefore, we want your insight on the biggest challenges or issues you face when installing loadcentres, breakers (CAFI, GFI's…) and other surge protection devices. We ask that you do not provide product specific details but rather your general issues and concerns or any questions that have come to mind while working with these product types. Provide us with your valued expert insight into the issues you have faced so manufacturers can better inform you about the installation and use of these products. Lets generate some discussion that will help guide the Industry.

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Cloud

There has been a lot of talk about cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models these days but both are relatively new to the lighting industry. Let’s take a look at what they are as well as their roles in commercial lighting.

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database storage, and applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go or subscription-based pricing. Cloud computing means that instead of all the computer hardware, software, and data that you are using sitting somewhere inside your company’s network, it’s provided and managed for you as a service by another company and you access it over the Internet. 

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Jean-Marc Myette

By Line Goyette

Meeting people in our industry often comes with surprises. This was the case with Jean-Marc Myette, Business Development Manager of ABB’s Electrification Products Division and chair of the Board of Electro-Federation Canada’s Quebec section. Not only does he know the electrical industry down to the most minute product and technological innovations, he is also a professional car racer on sabbatical, and someone very involved in his business community and personal life.

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