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Canadian stocks ended on a positive note on Thursday, with gains from industrials and information technology stocks driving the benchmark higher. The benchmark S&P/TSX ended up 65.61 points or 0.4% at 16,543.01,

The Canadian stock market is up modestly in early trade Thursday. Energy stocks are leading the way higher this morning as crude oil prices attempt to rebound from recent weakness. Markets in Europe are turning in a mixed performance Thursday. A mixed bag of corporate earnings results and a pull...

Canadian stocks look headed for a weak start on Thursday, with falling commodity prices set to trigger some selling in energy and materials sections. A largely sluggish trend in major European markets and weak close in Asia may also weigh on investor sentiment.

Canadian stocks edged lower on Wednesday, dragged down by losses in consumer staples and energy sectors. Wall Street was steady and major European markets moved higher, but TSX stayed in the red almost right through the session with investors looking for direction.

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start Wednesday, but has since pared its early gains and has slipped into the red. The pullback in commodity prices is weighing on shares of gold and energy stocks this morning. The majority of the European markets are trading modestly to the upside...

Bay Street looks headed for a flat to slightly weak opening on Wednesday, tracking lower commodity prices. The market will focus on earnings reports and other corporate news for direction. Energy stocks are likely to stay sluggish due to falling crude oil prices.

Canadian stocks shrugged off a negative start and ended modestly higher on Tuesday, led by gains in consumer discretionary, information technology and materials sectors. Due to a lack of positive lead from Asian and European markets,

The Canadian stock market is down again Tuesday morning. The continued weakness in crude oil prices is weighing on shares of energy stocks. Trading activity is rather subdued as investors monitor the first day of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testimony before Congress. Investors are hoping for...

Canadian stocks are likely to open on a sluggish note on Tuesday, tracking losses in Asian markets and a largely subdued trend in Europe ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's Congressional testimony. Powell's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, scheduled at 10 AM ET., is expected...

The Canadian stock market is under pressure at the start of the new trading week. Energy stocks are falling along with crude oil prices after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin revealed some oil imports could receive waivers to continue buying Iranian crude despite U.S. sanctions. Markets in Europe...

The Canadian stock market got off to a positive start Friday, but has since pared its early gains and dropped into negative territory. Gold and financial stocks are struggling this morning, while energy stocks are rising after a rebound in crude oil prices. After a positive start, the majority of...

Canadian stocks look to consolidate recent gains Friday morning, with the TSX Composite Index hitting a new record high in the previous session. Bay Street has been in a relatively good mood this summer despite ongoing trade tensions between the U.S. and Canada. The year has been dominated by talk...

Canadian stocks rebounded Thursday, with Toronto's main index holding near record highs despite U.S. trade tensions. Investors were in a better mood a day after the Bank of Canada raised interest rates but hinted they will hold off on further tightening. The BoC noted risks associated with U.S....

The Canadian stock market is climbing in early trade Thursday in an attempt to bounce back from yesterday's triple digit decline. Trade war concerns have eased slightly and crude oil prices are showing signs of stabilization around $70 a barrel. Prices suffered their worst daily decline in a year after...

Canadian stocks look to steady Thursday morning along with commodity prices, as traders assess yesteday's Bank of Canada interest rate decision. In a major political and corporate shake-up, Doug Ford has followed through on his promise to oust the board and CEO of Canada's Hydro One utility. "I...

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