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While broad indices remain near recent highs, there have been pockets of weakness, which may see pressure from tax-loss selling. The S&P/TSX composite index is, as of November 15, up 3.9 per cent. The strong overall performance this year was broad-based, with particularly strong performance in consumer discretionary, industrials, telecom and IT. Energy was the only sector to decline overall.

We believe that strong broad-based performance could mean more acute pressure from tax-loss selling on stocks that have not fared as well.

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