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After a steady start and a subsequent long spell in positive territory, the Canadian stock market briefly slipped below the unchanged line on Friday, but eventually managed to settle marginally higher.

Canadian shares are notably higher on Friday, having got off to a steady start amid continued optimism about the ongoing trade talks between the U.S. and China and on higher crude oil prices.

Canadian shares look headed for a positive opening on Friday, tracking higher crude oil prices and on optimism about U.S.-China trade talks.

The Canadian stock market ended lower on Thursday, snapping a four-day winning streak, as lower commodity prices weighed on energy and materials shares.

After trending higher in recent sessions, Canadian stocks are seeing modest weakness in mid-day trading on Thursday.

stockmarkets-dec26_21feb19.jpg Canadian stocks may open on a flat note Thursday as a stronger greenback weighed on commodities. Copper slipped from a seven-month high and gold pulled away from a 10-month high hit the previous session while oil traded mixed, drawing some support from OPEC member Nigeria's decision to limit output...

Canadian stocks finished moderately higher once again on Wednesday, extending the upward move seen over the past few days. The benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index gained 93.80 points or 0.59 percent to finish at 16,031.24 after trading between 15,942.87 and 16,036.86 - its best intraday level in over...

Canadian stocks have moved moderately higher over the course of the trading session on Wednesday, extending the upward move seen over the past few days.

stockmarkets-dec19_20feb19.jpg Canadian stocks look set to open largely unchanged on Wednesday as traders watch ongoing U.S.-China trade talks in Washington and await minutes of the Federal Reserve's January policy meeting for clues on policymakers' thinking on interest rates and its balance sheet reduction policy. Asian markets...

After trading resumed following a long holiday weekend, Canadian stocks climbed higher on Tuesday, extending the strong upward move seen last Friday. The benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index advanced 99.20 points or 0.63 percent to 15,937.44 after rising 0.9 percent in the previous session. Resource...

With trading resuming following a long holiday weekend, Canadian stocks are extending the strong upward move seen last Friday.

stockmarkets-dec19_19feb19.jpg Canadian shares look set to open higher on Tuesday even as rising geopolitical and trade tensions as well as hopes for policy stimulus from central banks helped lift commodity prices. Oil prices traded mixed to hover just below 2019 highs and gold held near 10-month high while copper dipped ahead...

The Canadian stock market ended on a buoyant note on Friday, exhibiting strength for a second successive day, with upbeat corporate earnings reports, higher crude oil prices and optimism about U.S.-China trade negotiations prompted investors to pick up shares.

Canadian shares are up firmly in positive territory Friday morning, with investors indulging in hectic buying in several blue chip stocks from across various sectors, amid optimism about U.S.-China trade negotiations, upbeat earnings and on higher crude oil prices.

Higher futures and crude oil prices point to a positive start for Canadian shares on Friday. Reports that U.S.-China trade talks will continue next week pushed up stock prices in Europe even as concerns about global economic slowdown continued to weigh on sentiment.

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