By John Tilak TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s major stock index bore down Friday, taping its fifth straight weekly gain as natural resource shares jumped on the rear of rising asset costs, while bullish U.S. economic data provided further assistance. U.S. sellers stated stronger-than-expected sales for October, a favorable indication for the globe’& rsquo; s most significant economic climate. Power shares received aid from a surge in oil rates, which have been under pressure since June, while shares of gold miners took advantage of a 2.3 percent enter the price of bullion. “It’s not a bad idea to fish for some top quality possessions that have actually been attacked a little,” & rdquo; said Adrian Mastracci, profile manager at KCM Wealth Management. “The industries that jump out are the asset producers, gold and also oil, merely because they’ve dropped from their highs,” & rdquo; he included. & ldquo; For those financiers which wish to have a sprinkle of oil and a sprinkle of gold, this is most likely not a bad time to do it.” & rdquo; The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/ TSX composite index closed 64.33 factors, or 0.44 percent, higher at 14,843.10. Seven of the 10 major sectors on the index rose. Among oil and gas shares, Talisman Power Inc rose 1.4 percent to C$ 6.41 as well as Encana Corp climbed up 2.4 percent to C$ 20.21. The gold-mining sector shot up 5.6 percent on the greater bullion price. Goldcorp Inc included 5.2 percent to C$ 23.04, and also Barrick Gold Corp gained 5.5 percent to C$ 13.83. (Editing by Nick Zieminski; and also Peter Galloway)FinanceInvestment & & Company Info