CANADA STOCKS-Resources, GDP data buoy TSX in light trade
* TSX climbs 0.3 percent to 13,839.49
* Nine of 10 main sectors rise, led by resources
* Uranium producers fall as Germany eyes nuclear exit
* Utilities drawn lower by Fortis
* First-quarter GDP strongest in a year (Adds details)
TORONTO , May 30 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index rose on Monday morning, helped by a modest advance in commodity issues, though trading was muted.
Materials led the way higher, up 0.6 percent, buoyed by steady commodity prices. Fertilizer giant Potash Corp (POT.TO: Quote) rose 1.12 percent to C$55.30, while Barrick Gold (ABX.TO: Quote) rose 0.3 percent to C$46.50.
Uranium producers, however, were under pressure after Germany said it wants to shut all its nuclear reactors by 2022, a policy reversal drawn up in a rush after the Fukushima disaster in Japan. [ID:nLDE74T0GY]
Cameco Corp CCO.TO dropped 2.9 percent to C$27.47, while Uranium One Inc UUU.TO fell 2.1 percent to C$3.72. Continued...