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File photo of a man watching the Toronto stock market activity on a screen posted at 121 King Street in Toronto's financial district. (Michelle/The Globe and Mail)
File photo of a man watching the Toronto stock market activity on a screen posted at 121 King Street in Toronto's financial district. (Michelle/The Globe and Mail)

The close: TSX gains for sixth straight day Add to ...

Canada’s benchmark index on Wednesday posted its sixth consecutive gain, even as European stocks retreated following weak readings on service-sector activity in June.

The S&P/TSX composite index closed at 11,913.87, up 65.12 points or 0.6 per cent.

The gain follows a big rally on Tuesday, when the index made its biggest one-day move since November. The U.S. market was closed on Wednesday for Independence Day.

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