Canada Shares Inch Higher
Canada's benchmark TSE 300 managed to edge into positive territory in the final few minutes of Tuesday's session. While a three-point gain to 8094.8 may not appear significant, the recovery off 7967 is very encouraging. The bullish reversals in the DJIA and gold helped. S&P will look for the TSE 300 to continue higher on Wednesday. Of the 14 subindices, ten closed up, lead by the Financials and Golds, while the Industrials lead and the other four subindices lower.
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