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Investment Dealers' Digest;9/17/2010, Vol. 76 Issue 34, p24
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The article lists developments featured in the periodical's website including Evercore's plan to buy stake in Brazilian banking boutique, bond sales from January to September 16, 2010, and boutique investment bank stock prices.


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