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Canadian shares may see a higher opening on Friday, with fairly positive global cues and higher crude oil prices set to trigger some buying in early trades. Activity may turn stock specific later on in the session.

After a positive start and a subsequent fall into negative territory, the Canadian stock market recovered swiftly and stayed firm right till the end to finish modestly higher on Thursday.

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start Thursday, but has since pared its early gains. Gold and financial stocks are providing support this morning, while energy stocks are losing ground. Traders continue to monitor the NAFTA negotiations. Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland...

Higher futures and steady gold prices point to a slightly positive start for the Canadian stock market on Thursday.

The Canadian stock market ended lower on Wednesday, led by losses in consumer staples, healthcare and industrials sections. Energy stocks ended on a mixed note. The materials section saw some buying thanks to higher gold prices.

After a weak start, the Canadian stock market has climbed back into positive territory. Gold stocks are leading the way higher this morning, as prices of the precious metal head higher. Traders continue to keep a close eye on trade negotiations. Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland...

Canadian shares look headed for a flat start on Wednesday, with investors looking for direction. Higher gold prices may trigger some buying in the materials space.

The Canadian stock market is up slightly in early trade Tuesday, but has come off its early highs. Markets around the globe are up despite the escalation of the trade war between the U.S. and China. U.S. President Donald Trump has announced new tariffs on approximately $200 billion worth of Chinese...

The Canadian stock market looks headed for a positive start on Tuesday, tracking higher stock futures and crude oil prices. Positive movements in Asian and European markets, despite the imposition of tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods by the U.S., will also aid sentiment.

The Canadian stock market ended on a firm note on Monday, led by gains in shares from healthcare and materials sections.

The Canadian stock market is climbing at the start of the new trading week. The rise in commodity prices has provided a boost to shares of energy and gold stocks Monday morning. Markets in Europe have been fluctuating between small gains and losses throughout Monday's session. The majority of the...

Canadian shares look headed for a flat to negative start on Monday, tracking weakness in Asian and European markets amid simmering trade war concerns.

After fluctuating between gains and losses for much of the session, the Canadian stock market ended flat on Friday, with investors largely staying reluctant to make significant moves.

The Canadian stock market has been fluctuating between small gains and losses since the open of trade Friday, but remains little changed overall. Traders remain in an uncertain mood due to the NAFTA trade talks. According to reports, the United States and Mexico have been building up pressure on Canada...

Canadian shares look headed for a steady start on Friday, tracking positive global markets and higher commodity prices.

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