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)
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