The TSX was at near-three-month highs during Wednesday’s trading as energy stocks gave a boost to a market subdued by poor performance by gold producers and a downgrade for Blackberry. Despite the Keystone XL pipeline project stalling again, TransCanada led the way for higher energy firm stocks together with a slight rise in oil prices.
The S&P TSX Composite Index closed up 7.18 points (0.05 per cent)
The NYSE ended the day down.
Gold and oil are both trending lower.
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