NEWS
DTN Plains, Prairies Closing Comments
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Nov 22, 2012 07:18 PM CST

OUTSIDE MARKETS

Toronto's TSX closed 53.04 points higher to 12,153.10 without the direction of U.S. markets today. The big news today was from China, with the Purchase Managers' Index coming in at 50.4 in November, up from 49.5 in October, with readings over 50 indicating expansion in the economy. The Canadian dollar is 12 basis points lower at $1.0018 CAD/US dollar. Gold is up $1.30 to $1729.50/ounce, Crude oil is down 26 cents to $87.12, while Brent Crude is 51 cents lower at $110.35/barrel.

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