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TSX Likely to Open Under Pressure on Libya Woes, Quake Aftermath

Toronto's main stock index may open under pressure with little movement in commodity prices while investors grapple with ongoing efforts to stabilize a Japanese nuclear plant and an escalating conflict in Libya.

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Cameco Corp (CCO.TO) remains confident that the long-term outlook for uranium is solid despite global anxiety over radiation from an earthquake-crippled nuclear plant in Japan.

Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM.TO) said its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet computer will go on sale in the U.S. on April 19 through retailers including Best Buy Co., as it seeks to compete with Apple Inc's iPad.

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