BOLSTERED BY A STRONG Canadian dollar and a relatively tranquil competitive environment, all four Canadian companies whose stocks are tracked by SN showed gains in their share prices in the first half of calendar 2010. That stands in sharp contrast to U.S. companies on SN's list, most of which lost value through the first six months of the year. “It's all about margins,” said Perry Caicco, an analyst with CIBC World Markets, Toronto. “The Canadian dollar has been incredibly strong, so all ...

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