Canada Stocks Most Expensive in 14 Years as Commodities SurgeBy
S&P/TSX among world’s top markets on rallies in gold and crude
Equity values surge as earnings trail amid mediocre growth
A scorching rally in gold and other commodities has driven Canadian stocks to their priciest level since 2002, raising concerns about the endurance of a yearlong equities surge as corporate earnings remain stuck in a rut.
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