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TSX closes at all-time excessive, U.S. markets up after big jump in commodities prices

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TSX closes at all-time excessive, U.S. markets up after big jump in commodities prices

Canada’s main inventory change closed at an all-time excessive as commodities like gold and oil benefited from a weaker U.S. dollar on Thursday.

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Canada’s main inventory change closed at an all-time excessive as commodities like gold and oil benefited from a weaker U.S. dollar on Thursday. (Attach Blinch/Reuters)

Canada’s main inventory change closed at an all-time excessive as commodities like gold and oil benefited from a weaker U.S. dollar on Thursday.

The S&P/TSX composite index used to be up 81.38 points at 20,311.78.

In Original York, the Dow Jones industrial practical used to be up 153.60 points at 35,084.53. The S&P 500 index used to be up 18.51 points at 4,419.15, whereas the Nasdaq composite used to be up 15.68 points at 14,778.26.

The Canadian dollar traded for 80.32 cents US when put next with 79.58 cents US on Wednesday.

The September shocking oil contract used to be up $1.23 US at $73.62 US per barrel and the September natural gasoline contract used to be up 9.2 cents at just about $4.06 US per mmBTU.

The December gold contract used to be up $31.20 US at $1,835.80 US an oz. and the September copper contract used to be up just about 4.2 cents at $4.52 US a pound.

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TSX closes at all-time excessive, U.S. markets up after big jump in commodities prices