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House, new plant or new road); indirect investment occurs when an individual buys a security and the issuer invests the proceeds. • Capital has three characteristics: it is mobile, it is sensitive, and it is in short supply. Describe how individuals, businesses, governments and foreign agencies supply and use capital in the economy. • Individuals generate investment capital through savings and use capital to finance major purchases or for consumption. • Retail investors are individuals who buy and sell securities for their personal accounts; institutional investors are companies and other organizations.

Since individuals do not issue securities to the public and the focus of this text is on securities, individual capital users are not discussed further. Just as foreign individuals, businesses or governments can supply capital to Canada, capital can flow in the other direction. Foreign users (mainly businesses and governments) may access Canadian capital by borrowing from Canadian banks or by making their securities available to the Canadian market. Foreign users will want Canadian capital if they feel that they can access this capital at a less expensive rate than their own currency.

This new market also consolidated the operations of the Canadian Dealing Network (CDN) as of October 2000. • The Montréal Exchange became the exclusive exchange for financial futures and options in Canada. Responsibility for all equities once traded on Montréal transferred to the TSX or the TSX Venture Exchange. During the year 2000, the Toronto Stock Exchange also joined the Global Equity Market Alliance with seven other stock exchanges to discuss the creation of a round-the-clock, global marketplace.

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