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Canadian stocks snapped a seven-day losing streak to end higher on Tuesday, tracking rising global equity markets after commodity prices rebounded, with crude oil sending energy stocks up. The rebound was driven by energy, mining and financial sectors, although gold stocks lagged. The market has ended...

The Canadian stock market is down again Tuesday, after an attempt to rebound from early losses failed to hold. The market has ended in the red for seven consecutive sessions. Utilities are among the weakest performing stocks this morning, while mining, energy and financials are also struggling. Markets...

Canadian stocks will look to get back on track Tuesday morning after big recent losses. Bargain hunters may find value in beaten-down metal and energy stocks, helping the broader market. The S&P/TSX composite index plunged 184.87 points, or 1.3%, to close Monday at 14,001.37. U.S. crude oil for...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a seventh straight session on Monday, tracking declining global equity markets after Chinese stocks plummeted over eight percent, sparking renewed fears of a stalling global economy. Almost all sectors of the Canadian market ended lower, with the exception of gold and...

The Canadian stock market is down again in early trade Monday, extending the losses from the previous six trading sessions. Nearly every Canadian sector is trading in the red this morning, with the exception of gold stocks. Continued weakness in crude oil prices is weighing on the market, while rebounding...

Canadian stocks are likely to struggle again Monday, following steep losses brought on by falling commodity prices last week. The S&P/TSX composite index lost 79.13 points to end Friday 14,186.24. Restaurant Brands International Inc., the parent of Tim Hortons and Burger King, reported revenue...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a sixth straight session on Friday, tracking declining global equity markets with continued weakness in commodity prices dragging the market down. Precious metal prices were under pressure after some weaker than expected Chinese manufacturing data. Gold prices have...

The Canadian stock market is down again in early trade Friday, extending its losses from the previous five trading sessions. Weakness in commodity prices continues to drag the market lower. Precious metal prices are under pressure Friday due to the weaker than expected Chinese manufacturing report. Gold...

Canadian stocks were off to another rough start Friday morning as commodities prices continued to tumble. The S&P/TSX composite index slid 26 points to 14,238, extending a losing streak that began a week ago. Gold prices, mired in their worst slump since 1996, are down yet again. Gold for...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a fifth straight session on Thursday, tracking largely declining global equity markets with commodity prices continuing to slide impacting resources stocks, and weakened the Canadian dollar. The majority of the sub-indices ended in the red, with mining, materials, financial,...

The Canadian stock market has been losing ground since the start of the trading week and is down again in early trade Thursday. Tumbling commodities prices have hit resources stocks and weakened the Canadian dollar. The majority of the Canadian sectors are trading in the red this morning, with the largest...

Canadian stocks were flat Thursday morning after coming under heavy pressure earlier in the week. Tumbling commodities prices have hit resources stocks and weakened the Canadian dollar. The S&P/TSX composite index was down another 69.12 points to close Wednesday at 14,307.12. Loblaw Companies...

Canadian stocks ended lower for a third straight session on Wednesday, as commodity and mining stocks dropped as commodity prices plunged, with crude oil futures plummeting below $50 a barrel. Gold, mining and energy stocks were among the weakest performers, offsetting gains in industrial and healthcare...

The Canadian stock market is down in early trade Wednesday, extending its losses from the previous two sessions. Gold, mining and energy stocks are among the weakest performers this morning, as commodity prices continue to come under pressure. Markets in Europe are trading in the red for a second...

Canadian stocks may struggle to get back on the winning track Wednesday morning after two days of losses on Bay Street. The S&P/TSX composite index slipped 49.31 points to close Tuesday at 14,376.24 on Tuesday. Futures are pointing lower again today. Investors are in a cautious mood on both sides...

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