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Canadian stocks came under pressure during trading on Friday, more than offsetting the rebound seen in the previous session.

The Canadian stock market is down sharply around noon on Friday, extending early losses, as worries about growth amid continued surge in coronavirus cases across the world weigh on sentiment.

Canadian shares are likely to see a mixed open Friday morning with investors reacting to the latest batch of economic data and earnings reports.

The Canadian stock market ended moderately higher on Thursday as bargain hunting in some key stocks after the terrible setback in the previous session pushed up values.

After a marginal uptick in early trades and a subsequent fall into negative territory, Canadian stocks moved higher and the benchmark index was up around noon thanks to gains in materials and financial sections.

Canadian shares may exhibit some weakness Thursday morning as the mood is likely to remain cautious due to worries about growth amid continued surge in coronavirus cases.

The Canadian stock market suffered one of its worst setbacks in recent months on Wednesday as worries about the economy amid rapidly surging new coronavirus cases triggered widespread selling.

Canadian stocks are deep down in the red Wednesday morning as investors go on a selling-spree amid mounting worries about growth due to sharp spikes in coronavirus cases across the world.

Sharply lower U.S. and Canadian futures and weakness in European markets amid mounting worries about global economy due to widespread surge in coronavirus cases point to a weak start for the Canadian stock market Wednesday morning.

Save for a few minutes at the start, the Canadian stock market languished in negative territory on Tuesday, as worries about growth due to surging coronavirus cases rendered the mood cautious.

Canadian shares are likely to open mixed on Tuesday with investors looking for direction.

The Canadian stock market ended sharply lower on Monday as a record spike in coronavirus cases across the globe raised concerns about economic recovery and rendered the mood bearish.

After opening with a negative gap, the Canadian stock market remains weak Monday morning, led by sharp losses in the energy space.

Canadian shares look headed for a weak start Monday morning amid rising concerns about global growth due to a surge in coronavirus cases in the U.S. and several countries across Europe.

Canadian shares turned in a mixed performance in cautious trade on Friday amid a lack of concrete news about U.S. fiscal stimulus talks, weak crude oil prices and persisting worries about global growth due to surging coronavirus cases.

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