TORONTO – Canada’s major stock index fell late this morning on weakness in the financial and healthcare sectors.

The July crude oil contract rose 71 cents to $ 67.03 a barrel and the July gas contract rose five cents to $ 3.04 per mmBTU.

The August gold contract rose $ 2.20 to $ 1,907.50 an ounce, and the July copper contract fell one cent to $ 4.67 a pound.

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