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Canadian stocks edged lower for a fourth straight session Friday, although losses were again relatively small. Despite a significant drop in the price of oil, the TSX Composite Index fell only 37 points to 16,075. Stocks have fallen since an 11-day win streak was broken Tuesday. Crude oil futures...

The Canadian stock market is down slightly in early trade Friday. Weakness in the energy sector is weighing on the market this morning, as crude oil prices have dropped back below $70 a barrel. Reports have surfaced indicating that OPEC may end its supply quota plan with Russia. After trading modestly...

Canadian stocks may fall Friday along with oil prices which tumbled below $70 a barrel. Reports surfaced indicating that OPEC may end its supply quota plan with Russia, given that production from some key members will continue to fade. Venezuela's oil industry is in tatters while Iran faces harsh...

Canadian stocks edged lower Thursday despite strong bank earnings. Stocks fell for a third session in arow after an 11-day win streak. The TSX Composite Index dropped 20 points to 16,113. Royal Bank of Canada (RY.TO) revealed a profit for its second quarter that increased from the same period last...

The Canadian stock market has been fluctuating between small gains and losses since the open of trade Thursday. Energy stocks are struggling this morning, due to a pullback in crude oil prices. Meanwhile, gold stocks are turning in a strong performance after the planned summit between the leaders of...

Canadian stocks inched lower for a second session, having snapped an 11-day win streak yesterday. Still, the outlook for stocks loos rose as earnings season for big banks kicked off with CIBC (CM.TO) smashing estimates with a 26% increase in second quarter profit. The TSX Composite Index was down...

The Canadian stock market got off to a weak start Wednesday, but has since pared its early losses. Healthcare and financial stocks are struggling this morning, while gold and industrial stocks are providing support. Markets in Europe are trading solidly in negative territory Wednesday. Investor sentiment...

Canadian stocks may struggle to get back on track Wednesday after snapping an 11-day win streak in the previous session. The TSX Composite Index slipped 17 points to 16,144.78, coming under pressure in the final hours of trading due to geopolitical concerns and profit taking. Energy stocks will...

Canadian stocks kept most of their recent gains Tuesday despite some profit taking in key sectors. The TSX Composite Index was down 20 points to 16,142. Markets were skittish today as U.S. President Donald Trump downplayed China's overtures to end the trade squabble between the two nations. China...

The Canadian stock market is climbing again in early trade Tuesday. The market has risen for eleven straight sessions. Healthcare energy and financial stocks are leading the way higher this morning, while gold and information technology stocks are under pressure. After a flat performance this morning,...

Canadian stocks will put a long winning streak on the line Tuesday. Early signals are pointing to another upbeat session on Bay Street. The TSX Composite has risen for eleven straight sessions, although most of the daily gains were modest. Energy stocks have led the way thanks to soaring oil prices. WTI...

The Canadian stock market has not strayed very far from the flat line in early trade Friday. There has been precious little market moving news at the end of the trading week. Commodity prices are also relatively flat this morning. The majority of the European markets are trading slightly to the downside...

Canadian stocks look to consolidate recent gains Friday morning, but a lack of positive catalysts may temper enthusiasm for stocks. On a quiet morning for corporate news, markets will be paying close attention to Canadian inflation data and tensions between western provinces. Earlier in the week,...

Canadian stocks crept higher for a fourth session Thursday despite the ongoing battle between western provinces over the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline. Alberta has passed a law allowing the province to block oil shipments to British Columbia in retaliation for resistance to the project. "Alberta...

The Canadian stock market is climbing in early trade Thursday. The energy sector is leading the way higher this morning, as crude oil prices approach $72 a barrel. Industrial stocks are also turning in a solid performance in early action. After struggling in early trade, the majority of the European...

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