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The Canadian stock market ended on a bright note on Wednesday, extending gains from the previous session, thanks to strong buying in energy, healthcare and consumer discretionary shares.

The Canadian market is firmly entrenched in positive territory Wednesday afternoon, with stocks from energy and healthcare sectors posting strong gains for the second consecutive session.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a positive note Wednesday morning, tracking higher crude oil prices, U.S. futures, and a firm trend in European markets.

The Canadian stock market ended modestly higher on Tuesday, lifted by gains in energy and healthcare sectors.

The Canadian stock market is up firmly in positive territory Tuesday a

Canadian shares look headed for a positive start Tuesday morning, tracking higher U.S. futures and gains in European markets, and on hopes Justin Trudeau's win in the federal election might result in increased stimulus.

The Canadian stock market ended sharply lower on Monday, tracking weakness in global markets amid concerns about the impact of a potential collapse of Chinese real estate major Evergrande on the financial sector.

Canadian shares look headed for a negative start Monday morning, tracking weakness in global markets and lower commodity prices.

The Canadian stock market ended notably lower on Friday after spending the entire session in negative territory amid signs of a slowdown global economic recovery due to the surge in coronavirus cases, and weak commodity prices.

The Canadian market, which opened on a weak note Friday morning, continues to languish in negative territory around mid afternoon, due to sustained selling in several stocks from across various sectors.

Lower stock index futures due to weak crude oil prices point to a negative start for the Canadian market on Friday.

The Canadian stock market ended notably lower on Thursday after staying weak right through the day's session.

The Canadian stock market is notably lower Thursday afternoon, weighed down by sharp losses in the materials space due to weak bullion prices, and data showing a much smaller than expected addition of jobs in the month of August.

Canadian shares may open with a negative bias Thursday morning due to weak crude oil and bullion prices.

The Canadian stock market ended on a firm note on Wednesday, led by strong gains in the energy sector as crude oil prices rose sharply after data showed a drop in crude inventories last week.

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