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TSX Seen Opening Higher on Stronger Oil, Gold; Earnings Eyed

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Toronto's main stock index looked set to open higher on Monday, as gold futures rose 2.84% to $1,434.9, along with Brent crude futures that rose above $100 to a 1-week high. The outcome of the Group of 20 meeting could also boost investors' confidence, with measures set to help counter gloom over the global outlook.

Investors are also cautious about the release of financial results by North American companies, including Canadian National Railway Co (CNR.TO) and Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI-B.TO).

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