NEWS
DTN Plains, Prairies Closing Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Jan 21, 2013 02:53 PM CST

Outside Markets

Toronto's TSX is trading higher Monday, without the lead of U.S. markets which are closed for Martin Luther King Day. The TSX is up 55.76 points to 12,781.45. The Canadian dollar is trading at $1.0055 CAD/U.S. dollar, 8 basis points lower, which represents a 3-week low for the March contract. The U.S. dollar is trading .014 higher at 80.130. Gold is up $2.70 per ounce to $1,689.70 per ounce. Crude oil is down 9 cents to $95.47/barrel, while Brent crude is 13 cents lower at $111.76/barrel.

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