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A Canadian Tonic Helps the U.S. Flow New Rules Could Send Orders North

Traders Magazine, September 2001

Sanford Wexler

The Canadian stock market, dwarfed by its U.S. neighbor, is looking south for more business. It is called reciprocal business. And it has been triggered by an increase in the percentage of foreign stocks that Canadian institutional investors can own.

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