* TSX rises 72.35 points to 12,029.72 * Energy, materials sectors lead index higher (Adds details, quotes) By Claire Sibonney TORONTO, March 29 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index closed higher on Monday for the first time in four sessions, jumping back above the 12,000 mark as commodity prices rallied on U.S. dollar weakness, propping up the market's heavyweight resource shares. U.S. crude futures rose almost 3 percent as the greenback retreated, fueling demand for commodities, ...
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