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The Toronto Stock Exchange has ended its rally after oil prices took a downward turn again today on concerns over high US stock levels.
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A rebound in the price of oil has once again lifted the Toronto Stock Exchange by three figures.
The current rise in oil prices and the boost that it’s giving the markets is unlikely to last according to analysts.
The University of Guelph’s Food Institute has published its revised report on food inflation which reveals that Canadian households will be spending between 0.7 and 3 per cent more for their food this year.