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The Canadian stock market looks headed for a positive start on Monday, tracking higher crude oil prices. However, fading optimism about steep interest rate reductions by the Federal Reserve may limit market's upside.

The Canadian stock market faltered after a bright start on Friday, and despite bouncing back past noon, struggled to hold gains and eventually ended the session flat.

The Canadian stock market was up in positive territory around noon on Friday, despite giving up some early gains amid cautious moves by investors.

The Canadian stock market looks headed for a positive start on Friday, tracking higher crude oil and gold prices. The market is also likely to be supported by rising optimism about a rate cut by the Federal Reserve later this month.

The Canadian stock market ended slightly higher on Thursday, as strong gains in the materials and technology sections helped offset losses in healthcare and energy sections.

Canadian stocks were swinging between gains and losses Thursday morning amid lingering worries about global economic slowdown and uncertainty about the progress the U.S. and China are making with regard to trade negotiations.

The Canadian stock market is likely to open slightly higher Thursday morning, tracking gains in crude oil prices.

After opening on a positive note, the Canadian stock market faltered and slipped into the red by mid morning and despite a mild recovery around noon, ended the session weak on Wednesday.

The Canadian stock market faltered after a positive start Wednesday as losses in energy and industrial sections offset gains in healthcare, mining and information technology sectors.

Canadian shares look headed for a positive start Wednesday, tracking higher crude oil prices. However, rising concerns about U.S.-China trade dispute may weigh on the market and limit its upside.

The Canadian stock market ended weak on Tuesday, weighed down by losses in energy and information technology sections.

The Canadian stock market pared early losses and was trading flat a little before noon Tuesday, with investors largely making cautious moves, looking ahead to some key U.S. and Canadian earnings reports and crucial economic data.

The Canadian stock market is likely to open on cautious note, with a slightly negative bias on Tuesday, with investors looking ahead to some key earnings reports and economic data.

The Canadian stock market ended modestly higher on Monday, after a somewhat volatile session, as investors continued to stay wary of holding positions at higher levels.

After opening on a mixed note amid cautious moves, the Canadian market moved higher Monday morning, led by gains in healthcare and information technology sections.

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