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The Canadian stock market got off to a weak start Monday. However, the market has since pared its early losses and has broken through to positive territory. Energy and gold stocks are among the best performers at the start of the new trading week, while financial stocks are under pressure. Markets...

Canadian stocks look to steady Monday morning after significant losses in the previous session. Bay Street turned cautious Friday even as U.S. stocks rallied to remain near record highs. The TSX Composite Index plunged 247.73 points, or 1.57 percent, to 15,533.47, falling from recent record highs. Markets...

Canadian stocks were hammered Friday, giving back a big chunk of their recent gains as traders bet equities were overvalued. The TSX Composite Index plunged 247.73 points, or 1.57 percent, to 15,533.47, falling further from record highs seen earlier this week. However, U.S. stocks raced higher...

The Canadian stock market is under heavy pressure Friday morning, turning in a triple digit loss. Nearly every Canadian sector is trading in the red, with the exception of the gold sector. The continued rise in gold prices is providing a boost to gold stocks. Meanwhile, the energy sector is under...

Bay Street remains on edge Friday morning amid worries the rally in U.S. equities is nearing an end. Markets on both sides of the border are showing signs of strain amid valuation concerns, as all major stock indices hit record highs of late. Energy stocks may struggle today, as WTI light sweet...

Canadian stocks were lower for a second session Thursday, easing from record highs seen earlier this week. Amid concerns about the global economy, traders booked profits after a run-up in financials and industrials. The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down 49.02 points to 15,781.20, having pulled up shy...

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start Thursday, following yesterday's pullback, but has since pared its early gains. Energy and gold stocks are leading the way higher this morning, as commodity prices have rebounded. However, industrial and information technology stocks are falling this...

Canadian stocks are poised to snap back Thursday morning after ending a win streak in the previous session. The TSX Composite dropped 75 points from a record high near 16,000 Wednesday, but rising oil and gold prices should give resource stocks a boost. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM.TO)...

The Canadian stock market is losing ground in early trade Wednesday, as commodity prices weaken. Falling crude oil and gold prices are driving the energy and gold sectors lower this morning. Meanwhile, healthcare stocks are extending their gains from the previous session. After a positive start Wednesday,...

Canadian stocks may struggle to extend record highs Wednesday morning, as crude oil futures have nudged lower after strong recent gains. The energy sector has come to life in February, helping financials drive Toronto's main index near 16,000. Downbeat Canadian retail sales figures may put traders...

Canadian stocks rallied Tuesday, driving Toronto's main index to yet another record high. The S&P/TSX Composite Index was up 65.64 points to 15,904.28. Energy shares led the way amid signs that OPEC will extend its supply quota plan. "We are going to go for much higher levels of compliance because...

Following the long holiday weekend, the Canadian stock market is rising in early trade Tuesday. Healthcare stocks are leading the way higher this morning, while rising crude oil prices is driving shares of energy stocks higher. Meanwhile, gold stocks are among the weakest performing stocks this morning. The...

Canadian stocks may challenge record highs from last week, as oil prices have jumped near $55 a barrel. Loblaw (L.TO) reset passwords for PC Plus accounts following a security breach. UrtheCast Corp. (UR.TO) said that Sai Chu will be appointed chief financial officer of the company in late March...

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