After the Toronto stock market closed on February 26, investors were happy to hear the outcome was more positive than expected. According to the Lethbridge Herald, the Bank of Montreal fell from $1.05 billion or $1.53 per share from $1.12 billion or $1.63 per share a year earlier. The Dow Jones Industrial jumped 115.96 to 13,900.13 and the Nasdaq index advanced 13.4 points to 3,129.65 and the S&P 500 index climbed 9.09 points to 1,496.94.
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According to Reuters, the majority of the stock increase was due to a rise in gold shares, which came after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke defended the U.S. central bank's stimulus. Oil prices fell to a one month low.
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