Markets: S&P/TSX composite up nearly 100 points

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TORONTO –


Strength within the base metallic and power sectors helped Canada’s predominant stock index rise nearly 100 points in late-morning buying and selling, whereas U.S. stock markets had been combined.


The S&P/TSX composite index was up 97.21 points at 20,087.57.


In New York, the Dow Jones industrial common was down 256.79 points at 33,458.58. The S&P 500 index was up 8.46 points at 3,964.83, whereas the Nasdaq composite was up 94.78 points at 11,208.93.


The Canadian greenback traded for 75.30 cents US in contrast with 74.75 cents US on Thursday.


The December crude oil contract was up US$2.86 at US$89.33 per barrel and the December pure gasoline contract was up 18 cents at US$6.42 per mmBTU.


The December gold contract was up US$13.60 at US$1,767.30 an oz. and the December copper contract was up 14 cents at US$3.90 a pound.


This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Nov. 11, 2022.

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