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The Canadian stock market ended at near seven-month high on Monday as higher crude oil prices triggered strong buying in the energy space, and the overall mood remained a bit bullish amid optimism about U.S.-China trade deal and steady U.S. and European markets.

After a steady start, the Canadian market is modestly higher in late morning trades on Monday amid optimism about U.S.-China trade deal.

Canadian shares may open flat on Monday due to sluggish commodity prices, and the mood is likely to be a bit cautious ahead of policy meetings of the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England, due this week.

The Canadian stock market stayed firmly entrenched in positive territory right through the session on Friday as renewed optimism about U.S.-China trade talks outweighed concerns about a slowing Canadian economy.

The Canadian stock market is modestly higher Friday morning, riding on gains in financial, healthcare and industrials sectors, amid renewed optimism about U.S.-China trade talks.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a slightly positive note on Friday amid mild optimism about progress in U.S.-China trade talks and a recovery in gold prices.

The Canadian stock market ended weak on Thursday, after struggling in negative territory right through the session, led by losses in materials section after gold prices tumbled from 2-week highs.

Canadian stocks are weak Thursday morning, as investors largely refrain from making significant purchases due to concerns about global economic slowdown and on continued uncertainty about U.S.-China trade negotiations.

Canadian shares are likely to open flat on Thursday due to concerns about global economy after the latest industrial output data from China, and continued uncertainty about U.S.-China trade talks.

After a solid start and a subsequent fall from higher levels, the Canadian stock market managed to end in positive territory on Wednesday, led by gains in energy and healthcare sections.

The Canadian stock market opened on a bright note Wednesday morning, riding on gains in energy and healthcare shares, but pared some gains as the session progressed as the mood turned a bit cautious amid uncertainty about U.S.-China trade negotiations and Brexit.

Canadian shares may open on a positive note on Wednesday, tracking higher crude oil and gold prices. Uncertainty about Brexit and progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations may weigh on sentiment and limit market's upside.

The Canadian stock market ended on a positive note on Tuesday, led by gains in energy and materials shares, even as the mood remained a bit cautious due to global growth worries.

The Canadian stock market is flat Tuesday mid morning amid cautious moves after advancing to a five-month high in early trades on mixed global cues.

Canadian shares may open on a flat or slightly positive note on Tuesday, tracking marginally higher crude oil prices and index futures.

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