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Foreigners continued to buy Canadian stocks and bonds in December 2010, adding $9.63 billion of securities to their portfolios, Statistics Canada said Wednesday.
In all, foreigners bought a record $116.24 billion of Canadian debt and equity instruments last year, led by bonds. The previous high was the $110.87 billion recorded in 2009.
Non-resident investors bought $3.96 billion worth of Canadian shares in December -- the largest amount since March -- with most of the money spent on new equity issues.
Investment in bonds eased markedly to $3.10 billion, the lowest level since March, with the focus on corporate bonds. Foreign purchases of both federal and provincial government bonds hit record highs last year.
Canadian net investment in foreign securities fell by $1.90 billion as investors dumped U.S. stocks. Canadians bought $12.78 billion in foreign bonds, stocks and money market paper in 2010, up from $8.67 billion in 2009.