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TSX May Edge Higher on Bin Laden Death, But Oil Could Weigh

Toronto's main stock index may open slightly higher on Monday after news that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by a U.S.-led operation in Pakistan increased investor hopes that geopolitical risks will ease, according to Reuters.

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Crew Energy Inc. (CR.TO) has struck a deal to acquire privately owned Caltex Energy Inc. for $622 million in shares and assumed debt.

SunOpta Inc. (SOY.TO) has sold its frozen fruit processing business in Mexico a private company Fruvemex Mexicali S.A. de C.V.

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