TSX Review: Index Rebounds
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WINNIPEG, Nov. 24, 2010 (Commodity News Service Canada Inc.) -- The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) rebounded
Wednesday, as positive U.S. economic data helped ease anxiety over the
tensions in Korea and the ongoing concerns about euro-zone debt.
The S&P/TSX composite index increased by 108.24 points, or 0.85%, to
12901.99 on Wednesday. Trading volume was 476.3 million shares, down from
487.90 million shares on Tuesday.
Advancers exceeded decliners 939 to 708.

Some of the most actively traded stocks included:
Alange Energy----------------dn 3.51% at $ 0.55
Suncor Energy----------------up 1.30% at $ 34.39

Some of the largest price changes included:
Ucore Rare Metals Inc.-------up 27.91% at $ 0.55
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.-------up 26.43% at $ 1.77

Canada's agricultural sector faired as follows:
Agrium Incorporated----------up $ 0.11 at $ 82.24
Buhler Industries------------dn $ 0.17 at $ 5.77
Maple Leaf Foods-------------dn $ 1.28 at $ 11.41
Potash Corp. of Sask.--------up $ 2.11 at $145.40
Viterra Inc.-----------------up $ 0.06 at $ 9.44
(All figures are in Canadian dollars.)

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