TSX Review: Index Closes Lower
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, Sep. 23, 2010 (Resource News International) -- The Toronto Stock Exchange
(TSX)closed lower on Thursday, mainly due to poor economic news
from Europe, according to market watchers.

The S&P/TSX composite index fell 45.47 points or 0.37% to
close at 12,101.79 on Thursday. Trading Volume was 464 million
shares, up from 448 million shares on Wednesday. Declines beat
advances 815 to 713.

Eight of the TSX's ten sectoral indexes ended lower on
Thursday.

Some of the most actively traded stocks included:
Kinross Gold-------------------- up 1.03% ----- at $ 19.65
Manulife Financial-------------- dn 0.23% ----- at $ 12.76

Some of the largest price changes included:
Grey Horse---------------------- up 7.15% ----- at $ 6.59
Jovian Capital------------------ up 6.67% ----- at $ 8.80

Canada's agricultural sector faired as follows:
Agrium Incorporated------------ dn $ 1.95 ----- at $ 75.56
Buhler Industries-------------- $ 0.00 ----- at $ 5.81
Maple Leaf Foods--------------- dn $ 0.16 ----- at $ 11.40
Potash Corp. of Sask.---------- dn $ 0.79 ----- at $150.50
Viterra Inc.------------------- dn $ 0.01 ----- at $ 8.66
(All figures are in Canadian dollars.)



 

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