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The Canadian stock market is losing ground in early trade Monday. Global markets are under pressure after the Greek people voted to reject the austerity measures proposed by the country's international creditors. Weakness in energy and mining stocks is weighing on the Canadian market this morning. The...

Canadian stocks were poised to open lower Monday morning after Greek voters rejected austerity measures. Energy stocks will be hit hard by falling crude oil prices. Bombardier Inc.'s (BBD_B.TO, BBD_A.TO) Bombardier Commercial Aircraft Monday announced that Qazaq Air, a subsidiary of Samruk Kazyna,...

The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark index closed higher for a third straight session on Friday amid cautious trading ahead of Sunday's referendum in Greece. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras again asked his country to say no to austerity in the referendum and said that an assessment by the International...

Canadian stocks were set for a sluggish open Friday, as markets braced for this weekend's Greek referendum. Polls suggest Greeks are conflicted about whether to reject the terms of their earlier bailout and go it alone without the euro zone. Crude oil prices continued to slide this morning, putting...

The Canadian stock market has resumed trading Thursday, following yesterday's Canada Day holiday and is modestly higher in early trade. The upside is being somewhat limited by weakness in mining, gold and financial stocks. The majority of the European markets have slipped into negative territory,...

Canadian stocks snapped a three-day loss to end higher on Tuesday, tracking rising U.S. equity markets, even as data showed Canadian GDP logged an unexpected decline in April. Almost all sectors were in the green, with mining and financial sec With the recent losing streak providing investors an opportunity...

The Canadian stock market is holding onto modest gains Tuesday morning, following three straight days of losses. The markets pulled back in early trade, after Canadian GDP logged an unexpected decline in April. However, the recent losing streak has provided investors an opportunity to hunt for bargains....

Canadian stocks look to steady Tuesday, with bargain hunters perhaps ready to swoop in after big losses in the previous few sessions. The S&P/TSX composite index plunged 317.94 points, or 2.2%, to 14,490.15 on Monday. Weakness was seen in all ten major sectors. The ongoing Greek debt crisis has...

The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark index closed lower for a third straight session on Monday, amid continued concerns about Greece and its possible exit from the eurozone following the breakdown of the latest round of talks between the debt ridden country and its creditors over the weekend. The...

The Canadian stock market is under pressure Monday morning, extending its weakness from the previous two trading sessions. Investor concerns over Greece are weighing on the markets, after the latest round of talks between Greece and its creditors broke down over the weekend. Financial and energy stocks...

Early signs point to weakness on Bay Street Monday morning, after big losses in Europe brought on by the Greek debt crisis. Greece has called for a referendum on the proposals from its creditors and has declared bank holiday and imposed capital controls until the July 6th referendum. Analysts fear...

Canadian stocks ended firmly lower for a second straight session on Friday, as commodity prices dropped and concerns over the impasse in the Greek debt negotiations persisted, although talks are slated to continue into the weekend and on a decline in commodity prices. All major indices ended in the red,...

The Canadian stock market is under pressure in early trade Friday, adding to the losses of the previous session. Continued concern over the impasse in the Greek debt negotiations is weighing on the market this morning, as well as the continued pressure on commodity prices. The majority of the European...

Early signals are mixed for Canadian stocks Friday after losses in the previous session. The S&P/TSX composite index lost 50.01 points to end Thursday's session at 14,897.50, putting an end to a brief winning streak. Metal and energy stocks were hammered on demand concerns, and might struggle...

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