CANADA STOCKS-TSX set for soft open as commodities weigh
TORONTO, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock market index could open lower on Monday as weak commodity prices pressure the resource-laden market, and investors pause ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting and G20 summit this week.
World stocks .MIWD00000PUS fell on Monday, pulling further back from last week's 11-month high as lower energy and commodity prices and caution ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting and G20 summit prompted investors to trim risky trades. [MKTS/GLOB]
On Friday, the S&P/TSX composite index .GSPTSE ended the session down 82.28 points, or 0.71 percent, at 11,445.95.
Here is some news that could affect the market:
POTASH CORP OF SASKATCHEWAN POT.TO
Potash Corp of Saskatchewan (POT.N: Quote), the world's biggest fertilizer producer, lowered its 2009 earnings target on Friday, citing weak sales. [ID:nN18272693]
Oil fell by almost 2 percent towards $70 a barrel on Monday as further signs of weak fuel demand raised expectations prices may have raced ahead of the nascent economic recovery. [O/R]
GOLD SAGS Continued...