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Despite suffering a couple of setbacks during the course of the day's session, the Canadian stock market ended on a positive note on Friday, supported by gains in some telecom, healthcare, materials and consumer discretionary sections.

After a positive start and a subsequent retreat into negative territory, the Canadian stock market moved higher again Friday morning, and is up with modest gains about an hour past noon.

Canadian shares are likely to open higher Friday morning, tracking positive global cues and higher bullion prices.

The Canadian stock market ended on a strong note on Thursday, lifted by gains in materials, technology and real estate shares. Consumer stocks firmed up as well, contributing further to market's upside.

The Canadian stock market is up firmly in positive territory about an hour past noon on Thursday, riding on strong gains in materials, technology and consumer discretionary stocks.

Canadian shares look headed for a positive start on Thursday, tracking positive news on the earnings front and higher bullion prices.

The Canadian stock market opened on a firm note on Wednesday, but kept edging lower and lower as the session progressed and eventually closed in negative territory, weighed down by losses in technology and healthcare shares.

Despite paring some early gains, the Canadian market holds in positive territory about an hour past noon on Wednesday, thanks to strong buying in energy stocks.

Despite seeing a couple of fairly long spells in positive territory, the Canadian stock market ended flat on Tuesday as investors chose to stay cautious and wait for directional clues.

Canadian stocks are swinging between gains and losses Tuesday afternoon as investors make cautious moves, looking for direction.

Canadian shares may open on a mixed note Tuesday morning, reacting to news on the vaccine front and the trend in commodity markets.

The Canadian stock market ended modestly lower on Monday as investors largely refrained from making significant moves, looking ahead to key earnings announcements from U.S. bank majors, and release of crucial economic data.

Canadian shares are likely to swing between gains and losses on Monday with investors tracking a mixed trend in commodities, and weakness in Asian and European markets.

After opening with a negative gap and losing further ground Friday morning, the Canadian stock market gradually regained lost ground and eventually ended flat.

The Canadian market is a bit sluggish since trade commenced Friday morning with stocks turning in a mixed performance in cautious trade, as investors react to jobs data and following news about virus spread and vaccination drive.

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