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After opening on a positive note, the Canadian stock market pared gains and slipped into negative territory Monday morning, weighed down by losses in healthcare and financial shares.

Firm commodity prices and a positive trend in European markets point to a higher start for Canadian shares Monday morning.

The Canadian stock market ended sharply lower on Friday on widespread selling following reports a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa.

The Canadian stock market is down sharply around noon on Friday due to heavy selling across the board following reports a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant has been detected in South Africa.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a negative note on Friday, tracking weakness in global markets amid rising concerns about coronavirus infections.

The Canadian stock market ended higher on Thursday, gaining for a third straight session, thanks to gains in information technology and healthcare sections.

The Canadian market remains fairly well placed in positive territory in late morning trade on Thursday after opening modestly higher.

Canadian shares are likely to open with a positive bias on Thursday, tracking higher bullion prices.

After moving to the downside early in the session, Canadian stocks showed a notable turnaround over the course of the trading day on Wednesday.

After a weak start, the Canadian stock market turned positive Wednesday morning, riding on strong gains in healthcare, energy and information technology sections.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a somewhat subdued note Wednesday morning, tracking mixed global cues.

The Canadian stock market, which drifted down into negative territory after an early uptick on Tuesday, ended modestly higher despite staying slightly below the unchanged line for much of the day' session.

Canadian shares are turning in a mixed performance on Tuesday with investors looking for direction and largely making cautious moves.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a weak note Tuesday morning, tracking lower commodity prices and weakness in European markets.

The Canadian stock market ended weak on Monday, weighed down by losses in technology and healthcare sections.

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