TSX closes at highest since November 15

photoTORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian stocks rose on Wednesday to their highest close since mid-November as another round of favorable U.S. economic data lifted financial and energy issues, though concerns about tightening of Europe’s credit markets curbed the overall gains. Momentum from Tuesday’s 2 percent rally slowed considerably even as solid November data on U.S. factory goods orders added to mounting evidence that Canada’s largest trading partner is on track to recovery. The figures followed a stronger-than-expected U.S. …