WHY A FOREIGN COMPANY WOULD WANT TO CROSS-TRADE IN THE US

This article is from Benzinga's Partner Content team For many foreign companies that are publicly traded (or one day would like to be), cross-trading in the U.S. is a critical component of accessing U.S. investors. And it should come as no surprise as to why. read more

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