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  • proper n. A surname.

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  • "With this strike there's a heightened risk for investors that are trading the arbitrage between the two markets," Chaim Fromowitz, the head of the private banking division at

  • Greece in particular has also pushed the sentiment lower, Bank Leumi's Fromowitz said by phone.

  • After the declines in New York "clearly there will be an overflow," said Chaim Fromowitz, the head of the private banking division at New York-based Bank Leumi USA, a unit of

  • U.S. economy and the prospects of a second recession, Fromowitz said.

  • "International students will come to U of T because of the status of the university, the research intensity," says Fromowitz.

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  • Fromowitz says the housing will serve international students and, to a lesser extent, graduate and out-of-province students.

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  • Fromowitz says the institution is just not willing to take on any more debt.

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  • It will be one of the first for-profit residences built on university land, although Fromowitz stresses it is not a partnership, at least not in the legal sense.

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  • "There's no question that Israel is significantly affected and we're seeing more and more doubt whether there will be a resolution in Europe," said Chaim Fromowitz, the head of the private banking division at New York-based Bank Leumi USA, a unit of Israel's largest lender by assets.

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