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Insider sentiment for TSX stocks takes dive

Corporate insider sentiment for TSX-listed stocks is sinking, just as the Toronto market is finally picking up steam.

The Sentiment Indicator for TSX-listed stocks at INK Research, which monitors buying and selling of shares by directors and executives within their own businesses, has fallen to 93.2 per cent - its lowest point in more than a year. Anything below 100 per cent means there are more companies with key insider selling than buying.