* Bankers see activity resuming in the fall * Canadian bankers hoping for a piece of GM IPO By Pav Jordan TORONTO, July 30 (Reuters) - A backlog of Canadian companies are eager to go public, but as the downsizing of MEG Energy's IPO this week suggests, demand remains fragile as the market struggles to rebound from the 2008 downturn. MEG, which first targeted an initial public stock offering worth more than C$1 billion, said on Thursday it would sell fewer shares at a lower price to ...
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