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Early signals are positive for Canadian stocks Friday morning, as higher commodity prices could help miners rally. The TSX Composite Index is at its lowest of the year, having drifted down over the past two months. WTI light sweet crude oil was up 20 cents at $47.21 a barrel. Oil exports from Iraq's...

Canadian stocks inched lower Thursday, but losses were miniscule compared to the sell-off on Wall Street. Rebounding crude oil prices helped prevent bigger losses in Canada, but global stocks were hammered after a terrorist attack in Barcelona and political turmoil in the U.S. Yesterday, key businesses...

The Canadian stock market is down slightly in early trade Thursday, adding to the modest losses of the past few days. Investors are in a cautious mood due to the political turmoil in the U.S. Traders are concerned that President Donald Trump's controversies will hamper his ability to implement his policies. Markets...

Canadian stocks are looking for direction Thursday morning amid speculation President Donald Trump's controversies will sidetrack his plans to re-negotiate NAFTA in favor of the U.S. Focus shifts to the energy sector as crude oil prices continued to fall this morning. WTI light sweet crude oil was...

The Canadian stock market is trading modestly to the upside Wednesday morning, following Tuesday's small loss. Traders remain in a cautious mood due to lingering tensions between North Korea and the United States. Investors are also looking forward to the release of the minutes from the most recent FOMC...

Canadian stocks were set for a lackluster open Wednesday morning amid U.S. domestic turmoil and lingering tensions between North Korea and the West. President Donald Trump is facing criticism for his equivocating neo-Nazis with counter-protesters in the aftermath of last weekend's violence in Virginia. The...

Canadian stocks inched lower in quiet dealing Tuesday, as energy shares continued to slump along with oil prices. Markets remain jittery due to concerns about U.S. conflict domestic and international. President Donald Trump is under fire for his seemingly late response to white nationalist violence...

Early signals are mixed for Canadian stocks Tuesday morning, with markets in a better mood this week as North Korea pulled back its threat to attack territories in the Pacific. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un opted not to give the order to launch missiles, but instead "would watch a little more the...

Canadian stocks rose Monday, rebounding from last week's losses amid diminished concerns about the conflict between the U.S. and North Korea. Geopolitical tensions took a back seat to domestic issues in the U.S., although President Donald Trump explicitly denounced white supremecists at a press conference...

The Canadian stock market is bouncing back in early trade Monday, following the heavy losses of the previous week. Investors are breathing a sigh of relief as tensions between the United States and North Korea seem to have eased over the weekend. Senior U.S. national security officials said Sunday...

Canadian stocks may rebound Monday morning as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea eased a bit. The weekend's headlines were dominated by domestic issues in the U.S., including violent white supremacist marches in Virginia. Toronto's main index tiumbled last week as oil prices levelled off....

Canadian stocks nudged lower Friday, extending this week's losses sparked by the looming conflict between North Korea and the West. At last check, the TSX Composite Index slipped 31.62 points to 15,042, as investors remained jittery ahead of the weekend. "Military solutions are now fully in place,...

The Canadian stock market is losing ground in early trade Friday, adding to the losses of the past few sessions. Financial stocks are among the hardest hit this morning, while energy stocks are struggling due to a pullback in crude oil prices. Investor sentiment continues to be negatively impacted...

Canadian stocks may continue to slide Friday morning amid ongoing concerns about a conflict between the U.S. and North Korea. The Canadian market has dipped sharply along with global stocks this week, with significant weakness emerging in the energy sector as crude oil futures leveled off. WTI...

Canadian stocks fell Thursday along with other global markets due to concerns about hostilities between the U.S. and North Korea. North Korea state media warned its missiles could surround the U.S. territory of Guam in an "enveloping fire" in coming weeks. "Sound dialogue is not possible" with...

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