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World markets

Shanghai 2,486.79 +34.13 (1.39%)
Nikkei 225 17,357.51 +56.65 (0.33%)
Hang Seng Index 23,437.12 +87.48 (0.37%)
TSEC 9,091.53 +12.66 (0.14%)
FTSE 100 6,706.07 +27.17 (0.41%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,120.55 +18.34 (0.59%)
CAC 40 4,257.48 +23.27 (0.55%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,304.30 -11.90 (-0.22%)
BSE Sensex 28,289.59 +222.03 (0.79%)
TA25 1,453.26 +1.52 (0.10%)
KOSPI 1,964.84 +6.80 (0.35%)
SMI 9,024.60 +34.66 (0.39%)
ATX 2,229.25 +14.74 (0.67%)
IBOVESPA 53,402.81
SET 1,575.29 +6.61 (0.42%)
BIST100 83,357.63 +845.74 (1.02%)
IBEX 10,294.60 +85.40 (0.84%)
WIG 52,998.21 +149.67 (0.28%)
TASI 9,408.83 +25.05 (0.27%)
MERVAL 8,741.67 +56.96 (0.66%)

Currencies

CAD/USD 0.8837 -0.0004 (-0.05%)
CAD/EUR 0.7069 +0.0020 (0.28%)
CAD/JPY 104.1049 -0.4454 (-0.43%)
CAD/GBP 0.5645 +0.0011 (0.19%)
CAD/HKD 6.8542 -0.0034 (-0.05%)
CAD/AUD 1.0256 +0.0001 (0.01%)
TSX hits eight-week high on resource share rally
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose to its highest in eight weeks on Thursday as rising commodity prices boosted the shares of gold miners and energy producers.
TSX climbs nearly 100 points as positive US news outweighs overseas concerns  
Golds, energy stocks support TSX amid glum global data  
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METRO VANCOUVER - From his perch 10 metres up a tree, a lone protester held the last vigil on Burnaby Mountain, alternately taunting police and asking them not to Taser him because he'd fall out and hurt himself.
Wholesale sales rose 1.8% to $54.0 billion in September. While higher sales were recorded in six of the seven subsectors, accounting for 83% of total wholesale sales, the increase was led by the building material and supplies subsector (+5.5%).
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says Canadian housing prices have been higher than U.S. prices in real terms since 2006, an indication that the market here may be overvalued.
In a rare example of aboriginal co-operation on pipeline matters, the Nisga'a Nation's governing body has signed a $6-million deal with the B.C.
The Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Rates Act passed Thursday but the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association says the legislation removes a motorist's right to sue an insurance company for denying their claims.

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Bank of Canada daily digest

Money markets Change
Overnight rate 1.000% -0.0037
Corporate paper, 1 month 1.14% 0.00
Treasury bill, 1 month 0.900% 0.00
Inflation
Total consumer price index 2.00% -0.1000
Interest rates
10 year bond 2.47% +0.0400
Prime business rate 3.00% 0.00
Conventional mortgage, 5 yrs 4.79% 0.00