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Canadian stocks ended modestly higher for a second straight session on Friday, tracking rising global equity markets, as declines in energy and gold stocks were offset by strength in mining and other sectors. Gold, and energy stocks were among the weakest performing stocks as commodity prices came under...

The Canadian stock market has given back its early gains Friday morning and has now slipped into negative territory. Gold and energy stocks are among the weakest performing stocks as commodity prices come under pressure. Gains in the mining sector are helping to offset some of that weakness. The majority...

Canadian stocks snapped a two-day loss to end higher on Thursday, after energy and mining stocks rallied with rising commodity prices. Energy stocks were among the best performers with crude oil prices surging, supported by mining, finance, and gold stocks. European markets ended largely in the red,...

The Canadian stock market is rising in early trade Thursday, attempting to rebound from the losses of the previous two sessions. Energy stocks are among the best performing stocks this morning, as the price of crude oil continues to rise. The majority of the European markets are trading in the red...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a second straight session Wednesday on concerns over Greece's financial crisis, with weakness in energy and commodity prices contributing to the decline. Gold and financial stocks were among the worst performing stocks. Concerns over Greece's financial health continued...

The Canadian stock market is down in early trade Wednesday, extending its losses from the previous session. Gold, financial and energy stocks are among the weakest performing stocks. Weakness in energy and commodity prices are contributing to the declines. European markets are turning in a mixed performance...

Canadian stocks ended lower on Tuesday, on concerns over Greece's financial health with no indication of any agreement with Athens on the economic reforms demanded by the European Union to unlock the bailout aid. The loss follows gains in the previous session with majority of the sectors in the red led...

The Canadian stock market is losing ground in early trade Tuesday, following the gains of the previous session. The majority of the Canadian sectors are trading in the red. The largest losses are being posted by miners, real estate and industrial stocks. Canadian wholesale sales also fell to their lowest...

Canadian stocks snapped a two-day loss to to end higher Monday, as investors cheered China's move to provide an unexpected stimulus. Mining and financial stocks were among the best performers, with with energy stocks also making gains as oil prices rose. In a bid to shore up its economy, China's central...

The Canadian stock market is up in early trade Monday, but is off its morning highs. The market is attempting to rebound from 2 days of losses at the end of the previous trading week, particularly Friday's sharp drop. Mining, energy and financial stocks are among the best performers at the start of the...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a second straight session on Friday, as global equity markets declined amid continued worries over Greece and weakness in China due to concerns about new trading regulations. Chinese regulators reportedly expanded the supply of shares available for short sellers while...

The Canadian stock market is falling in early trade Friday, adding to its losses from the previous session. Global markets are sinking at the end of the trading week on continued Greek concerns and weakness in China, due to concerns about new trading regulations. Chinese regulators reportedly expanded...

Canadian stocks snapped a two-day gain to end lower on Thursday, tracking largely declining global markets after some disappointing economic data from the U.S., led by an unexpected rise in weekly claims for unemployment benefits. The main index was driven by a decline in energy stocks as oil prices...

The Canadian stock market is declining Thursday morning, following two days of gains. Global markets are under pressure today due to concerns over Greece and some weak U.S. economic data. Weakness in commodities and crude oil prices are also having a negative impact on the Canadian market. Markets...

Canadian stocks ended higher for a second straight session Wednesday, on cue from rising global equity markets, and after the country's central bank maintained its interest rates. Energy stocks were among the best performers with the price of crude oil surging a near six percent on the New York Mercantile...

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