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The Canadian market ended sharply higher on Wednesday as investors picked up stocks across the board, reacting positively to data from U.S. Labor Department that showed consumer prices came in flat in the month of July.

The Canadian market is up sharply Wednesday morning, with investors reacting positively to data from the U.S. Labor Department that showed consumer prices came in flat in the month of July.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a cautious note on Wednesday with investors focusing on U.S. inflation data, which will provide clues on the Fed's next move on interest rates.

The Canadian market ended notably lower on Tuesday after spending almost the entire session in negative territory.

The Canadian market is down in negative territory around noon on Tuesday, weighed down by losses in healthcare and technology sections.

Canadian shares are likely to open with a slightly negative bias Tuesday morning, weighed down by weakness in European markets and rising geopolitical tensions.

The Canadian market is fairly well entrenched in positive territory around noon on Monday, led by strong gains in healthcare and materials sections.

Canadian shares are likely to open higher on Monday, tracking firm European stocks and higher bullion prices.

After an early move to the downside, Canadian stocks fluctuated over the course of the trading session on Friday before closing modestly higher.

Canadian stocks are exhibiting some weakness around noon on Friday, weighed down by concerns the Federal Reserve might aggressively tighten its policy after data showed employment in the U.S. jumped by much more than expected in the month of July.

The Canadian market is likely to open on a mixed note on Friday with investors taking direction from jobs data from the U.S. and Canada.

The Canadian market ended slightly up on Thursday after a moving above the flat line for almost the entire duration of the day's session.

The Canadian market is modestly higher Thursday afternoon, with stocks from materials, industrials and consumer discretionary sectors posting strong gains.

Fairly strong earnings updates from Canadian and U.S. companies and firm commodity prices point to a positive start on Bay Street Thursday morning.

The Canadian market closed higher on Wednesday, led by gains in technology, healthcare and financials sectors.

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