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Insights: Monetary policy winds change direction to favour Canadian stocks

by INK Staff

We have just published our second edition of Canadian Insider Insights, a newsletter exclusively for CanadianInsider.com users. This publication seeks to provide a quick read on what insiders are telling us about the outlook for the Canadian market. Commentary draws heavily from our institutional Market INK report to bring you distinct, independent insight you will not find anywhere else.

 

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Khiron Life Sciences Corp. (KHRN)
Subindustry: Other
On December 14, 2018, we highlighted strong net insider buying at Khiron Life Sciences (KHRN) in our Morning INK Report. The stock has moved up 131.06% since the report date, and there has been no net insider activity since that time. Visit the company page for details.
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