BlackBerry was up over 10% at one point yesterday in Canada trading so the US contract could play catch up on the open today. indications that the US Department of Defense indicated that Blackberries will continue to supported on its networks with a dominant share (98% according to some reports)sparked the rally. This suggests that Blackberry's renewed focus on business and defense users may be getting traction. Agrium put out a profit warning last night announcing it expects EPS from continuing operations to be near the low end of its $0.80-$1.25 guidance range blaming lower sales prices. It’s a busy morning for earnings reports. Highlights include: Verizon $0.66 vs street $0.65 Johnson & Johnson $1.24 vs street $1.20, F2014 guidance $5.75-$5.85 short of street $5.86 Halliburton $0.93 vs street $0.88