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TSX rises, energy stocks up as oil at highest since July 2015

23 Novembre 2017

The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 40.63 points, or 0.25 percent, at 16,117.28 shortly after the open.

The energy group, which accounts for nearly a fifth of the index's weight, climbed 1.0 percent as US crude prices rose 1.6 percent to $57.73 a barrel.

Canada's main stock index approached an all-time high in morning trade on Wednesday, with energy stocks leading the gains as USA crude prices hit their highest level since July previous year. Five of its 10 main sectors were higher.

The telecommunications group declined 0.8 percent, while industrials group fell 0.2 percent as Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc retreated 2.7 percent to C$32.46.

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The largest percentage gainer was NexGen Energy Ltd, which jumped almost 8 percent to 3.38 Canadian dollars.

The move higher for oil was in part due to TransCanada Corp cutting crude flows from Canada into the United States.

Gold prices rose as the dollar fell on technical factors and weak U.S. economic data, and gold jumped more after the U.S. Federal Reserve released minutes of its latest meeting.

TSX rises, energy stocks up as oil at highest since July 2015