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DTN Plains, Prairies Closing Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu May 22, 2014 03:51 PM CDT

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In midday trade, the TSX is 71 points higher at 14,720 following gains in the U.S. markets and positive earnings reported from two of Canada's banks. Support is also noted as a result of a surprise in China's Purchase Managers' Index, reported at 49.7 as compared to the 48.3 that was expected. April's reading was 48.1. Anything under 50 represents a contraction in the economy. The Canadian dollar is 17 basis points higher at $.9172 CAD/USD. Gold is $7 higher at $1,295.10/ounce. Crude oil is 41 cents lower at $103.66/barrel while Brent crude is 33 cents lower at ...

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