CANADA STOCKS-TSX may open higher, euro zone still a concern
Sept 25 (Reuters) - Canada's resource heavy main stock index looked set to open higher on Tuesday, helped by strength in commodities, though gains might be capped by uncertainty over a possible Spanish bailout and report that Bundesbank lawyers were checking the legality of the European Central Bank bond-buying plan.
* Greece may seek a rollover of its ECB-held bonds or try to raise additional short-term debt to plug a possible financing gap in the coming years, a deputy finance minister said in a document released.
* Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Europe could only hope to come out of its crisis stronger and compete in a globalised world if its members pressed ahead with painful reforms and moved to more responsible budget policies.
* German Economy Minister Philipp Roesler said that purchases of sovereign bonds by the European Central Bank could pose a medium-term risk and that adherence to strict conditionality was important.
* The European Central Bank and Germany's Bundesbank are examining the legality of the ECB's new bond-buying program, a German newspaper said, pointing to another possible barrier to moves to end the euro zone debt crisis.
* Cellphone maker Nokia unveiled two new affordable touch-screen cellphone models to defend its mass market position while it struggles to compete in high-end smartphones.
* Canada stock futures traded up 0.06 percent Continued...