Canadian Commentary


After breaking a six day losing streak yesterday, the Canadian stock market has slipped back into negative territory Wednesday morning. Traders remain in a cautious mood due to concerns over a global trade war. Commodity prices are also turning in a rather lackluster performance this morning. The...

The Canadian stock market is likely to open on a cautious note, with investors tracking the developments with regard to U.S.-China trade disputes, and the trend in commodity prices.

After a weak start, Canadian stocks edged higher to close on a positive note on Tuesday, as investors picked up shares after six successive days of declines.

The Canadian stock market got off to a weak start Tuesday, but have since pared their early losses. Commodity prices have been sluggish this morning, which has weighed on shares of energy and gold stocks in early trade. The majority of the European markets are trading in the red Tuesday. Markets...

Canadian shares look headed for weak start on Tuesday, tracking global cues and on escalating U.S.- China trade tensions.

After opening higher on firm crude oil prices and on optimism that the foreign ministers of Canada and the U.S. would reach a deal that would help save the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian stocks retreated and slipped into negative territory on Monday.

The Canadian stock market is up slightly at the start of the new trading week. The positive performance of the energy sector is providing a boost to the overall market. Crude oil prices have climbed above $68 a barrel this morning. After struggling at the outset, markets in Europe are trading modestly...

The Canadian stock market may open a bit higher on Monday, with energy stocks tracking slightly higher crude oil prices. However, lingering worries about trade tensions may prompt investor to refrain from making significant moves.

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