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March 1, 1995 | CRAIG TURNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canada's new deficit-denting budget won endorsements from the financial community Tuesday as the Canadian dollar and the Toronto stock market opened higher and interest rates dropped. Market analysts were nearly unanimous in their praise for what is described as the biggest cut in government spending in 50 years. "It's something Newt Gingrich would like," said Michael McCracken, an Ottawa-based analyst.
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June 23, 1998 | From Reuters
Merrill Lynch & Co. said Monday that it will buy Canada's largest independent brokerage firm, Midland Walwyn Inc., for about $829 million in stock in a move to reenter the Canadian retail business. Merrill deserted its Canadian private-client business in 1990 when it sold its retail operations to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's CIBC Wood Gundy Securities Corp.
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June 23, 1998 | From Reuters
Merrill Lynch & Co. said Monday that it will buy Canada's largest independent brokerage firm, Midland Walwyn Inc., for about $829 million in stock in a move to reenter the Canadian retail business. Merrill deserted its Canadian private-client business in 1990 when it sold its retail operations to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's CIBC Wood Gundy Securities Corp.
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March 1, 1995 | CRAIG TURNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canada's new deficit-denting budget won endorsements from the financial community Tuesday as the Canadian dollar and the Toronto stock market opened higher and interest rates dropped. Market analysts were nearly unanimous in their praise for what is described as the biggest cut in government spending in 50 years. "It's something Newt Gingrich would like," said Michael McCracken, an Ottawa-based analyst.
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