Why the “T” in TSX should stand for Tokyo

where more than $2 of every $5 in the MSCI Canada Index is in financial stocks, is not normal or reassuring for a developed economy. 1 We should stop making like it is. In fact, it would be better for the TSX if the “T” stood for Tokyo, at least on …
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