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Foreign exchange brokers sit in front of an electronic board displaying the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the euro at a trading room in Tokyo on Friday. (YURIKO NAKAO/REUTERS)
Foreign exchange brokers sit in front of an electronic board displaying the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the euro at a trading room in Tokyo on Friday. (YURIKO NAKAO/REUTERS)

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Reports of the stock market's death are greatly exaggerated Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Reports of the stock market’s death are greatly exaggerated An investing columnist pushes back against the latest round of chatter about how up-and-down stock markets may permanently turn investors off stocks.

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