(Updates with details, official numbers, analyst comments) By Amran Abocar TORONTO, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Toronto stocks ended higher on Thursday, supported by resurgent health-care issues and upbeat U.S. economic data, but attention was fixed squarely on the release of the September labor report on Friday. The Toronto Stock Exchange S&P/TSX composite index finished up 35.19 points, or 0.46 percent, at 7,604.49 on volume of 272 million shares worth C$3.2 billion. Momentum was positive ...
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