Greek talks stall but earnings support TSX

Greek talks stall but earnings support TSX

Greek talks stall but earnings support TSX The Toronto Stock Exchange outperformed some of its peers Tuesday as a failure of talks between Greece and its creditors stalled yesterday with fears of a Eurozone crisis weighing heavily. Brent crude is holding around $62 but US crude slipped back and took energy stock with it, but there was better news for financials and Tim Hortons owner Restaurant Brands also advanced despite reporting a loss.

The S&P/TSX Composite Index closed up 19.80 (0.13 per cent)

The NYSE closed higher

Oil is trending higher (Brent $62.14, WTI $52.88 at 4.10pm)

Gold is flat

The loonie is valued at U$ 0.80766 (at 4.10pm)