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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...

Following the release of Canada industrial product price index for June at 8:30 am ET Tuesday, the loonie changed little against its major rivals. The loonie was trading at 1.3018 against the greenback, 1.4356 against the euro, 95.06 against the yen and 0.9511 versus the aussie around 8:33 am ET.

Canada industrial product price index for June is due at 8:30 am ET Tuesday. Ahead of the data, the loonie showed mixed trading against its major rivals. While the loonie rose against the euro, it held steady against the rest of major rivals. The loonie was worth 1.3014 against the greenback, 1.4356...

Crude oil prices continued to tumble Tuesday morning amid concerns about Chinese demand and rising supplies. Chinese stocks have plunged this summer, meaning less demand from one of the world's largest consumers of energy products. Meanwhile, easing geopolitical tensions could see even more oil...

The Canadian dollar gained ground against its most major rivals in European deals on Tuesday, as European stocks rallied, following yesterday's China-led global rout, amid strong corporate earning results and M&A activities. In order to counter major sell-off, China's central bank said it would continue...

Reversing direction, the Canadian dollar climbed against the Japanese yen in European deals on Tuesday. The loonie advanced to a 4-day high of 95.17 versus the yen, off early 4-month low of 94.36. The loonie-yen pair may locate resistance around the 96.00 mark.

The Australian dollar recovered from its recent lows against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday. The Australian dollar rose to a 4-day high of 90.43 against the yen, from an early near 3-week low of 89.33. Against the U.S. dollar, the euro and the NZ dollar, the aussie...

The Japanese yen weakened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday. The yen fell to 4-day lows of 192.24 against the pound and 82.06 against the NZ dollar, from yesterday's closing quotes of 191.63 and 81.38, respectively. Against the euro, the U.S. dollar and the Swiss...

The Canadian dollar weakened against the yen in the Asian session on Tuesday. Against the yen, the loonie fell to nearly a 4-month low of 94.36 from yesterday's closing value of 94.51. If the loonie extends its downtrend, it is likely to find support around the 93.00 area.

The Australian dollar weakened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday. The Australian dollar fell to a 6-year low of 0.7256 against the U.S. dollar, from yesterday's closing value of 0.7268. Against the euro, the NZ dollar and the yen, the aussie dropped to nearly...

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...

Carmanah Technologies Corp (CMH.TO) on Monday said that in its second quarter financial statements, the company will reinstate a tax asset totaling about US$11 million. The asset was previously deemed to be impaired and was written off by the company on February 7, 2012 on the determination, at that...

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...

The Australian dollar trimmed its early losses against most major rivals in New York deals on Monday. The aussie was trading at 0.7324 against the greenback and 1.5141 against the euro, off an early low of 0.7265 and more than a 7-month low of 1.5247, respectively. The aussie reversed from near...

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