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Canadian stocks edged higher Friday, ending a volatile week on a high note thanks again to surging energy stocks. The S&P/TSX composite index added 98.40 points to settle at 13,865.07. Energy shares rose 3%, with Trican Well and Trilogy Energy soaring more than 18% each. Nymex oil futures settled...

The Canadian stock market is up modestly in early trade Friday, extending its gains from the previous three trading sessions. The market is turning in more of a mixed performance this morning. However, strong gains in gold, mining and energy stocks are outweighing weakness in other sectors. Markets...

Early signals are pointing to a negative open on Bay Street Friday morning after strong gains in the previous few sessions. Energy stocks may pull back a bit after surging more than 6 percent on skyrocketing crude oil prices. Metal stocks also rallied yesterday, rising a whopping 10 percent on...

Canadian stocks surged Thursday, taking back this week's losses after crude oil prices skyrocketed more than 10 percent. The biggest daily gain in six years pushed U.S. WTI crude oil back above $40 amid speculation that Venezuela wants an emergency OPEC meeting. It is thought that some OPEC members...

The Canadian stock market is solidly in positive territory Thursday morning, extending its gains from the previous two trading sessions. Every Canadian sector its trading in the green this morning, with the strongest gains among energy and mining stocks. Crude oil prices are rebounding Thursday and the...

Canadian stocks may carry over positive momentum from the previous session Thursday, as crude oil prices rebounded and overseas markets were calm. Bargain hunters swooped in Wednesday after brutal losses over the past week. The S&P/TSX composite index jumped 230.66 points, or 1.8%, to finish Wednesday...

Canadian stocks ended sharply higher for a second straight session Wednesday, tracking rising U.S. equity markets, although ongoing concerns over the Chinese economy continued to persist. Investors opted for some bargain buying on the back some desperate efforts by China to boost its sagging economy....

The Canadian stock market was up sharply in early trade Wednesday, but has struggled to maintain them. The market slipped back into negative territory briefly due to heavy losses in the gold and mining sectors, but has since turned modestly positive. Global markets bounced back sharply during yesterday's...

Canadian stocks snapped a six-day loss to end higher on Tuesday, after China slashed its benchmark interest rates to boost a faltering economy, easing anxiety of a possible stock market meltdown. Consequently, investors turned to equities, further encouraged by prospects of some bargain hunting. The...

The Canadian stock market is up in early trade Tuesday, as it attempts to rebound from a sharp 6-session pull back. Gold stocks are the only Canadian stocks under pressure this morning. Gold prices are dropping as fears of a global stock market crash ease. Global markets are attempting to recover, after...

Canadian stocks plummeted over 3 percent to end lower for a sixth straight session Friday, after global equity markets were trashed under pressure from the sharp sell-off in the Chinese stock market. All sectors ended in the red, driven by weakness in commodity prices as concerns over the global economy...

The Canadian stock market is down sharply in early trade Monday, extending its losses from the previous 5 trading sessions. Every sector of the Canadian market its trading in the red, with the exception of Gold. Markets across the globe are under pressure following the sharp sell-off in the Chinese stock...

It's going to be a brutal open for Canadian stocks on Monday, following one of the worst weeks in recent memory. Commodity prices have plunged, putting Canada's resource-heavy market in particularly bad shape. Chinese stocks collapsed overnight. Dwindling demand from China has sent energy and metals...

Canadian stocks plunged a near 2 percent to end lower for a fifth straight session Friday, tracking declining global equity markets, driven by weakness in commodity prices and continued concerns over the global economy continued to weigh on investor sentiment. The majority of the Canadian sectors...

The Canadian stock market is down again in early trade Friday, extending its losses from the previous four trading sessions. Weakness in commodity prices and continued concerns over the global economy continue to weigh on investor sentiment. The majority of the Canadian sectors are trading in the...

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