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The Canadian stock market came off the session's lows on Friday, but still finished on a negative note as several shares from the energy section reeled under selling pressure due to weak oil prices.

The Canadian stock market is notably lower a little past noon on Friday, weighed down by losses in energy shares following a sharp fall in crude oil prices. Financial stocks are among the other prominent losers.

Canadian stocks are likely to open lower Friday morning, tracking weakness in European markets and weak commodity prices.

The Canadian stock market ended weak on Thursday, snapping a three-day winning streak, as investors chose to take some profits. Energy, healthcare and industrial shares were the major losers.

The Canadian stock market, which slipped into the red within minutes of commencement of trade Thursday morning, continues to languish in the red a little past noon, led by losses in materials, energy and healthcare sections.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a mixed note on Thursday with investors reacting to commodity prices and looking ahead to new U.S. President Joe Biden's take on additional economic stimulus.

The Canadian stock market ended higher on Wednesday, riding on strong gains in materials and information technology sections.

The Canadian stock market is modestly higher a little past noon on Wednesday, with shares from materials and technology sections scoring notable gains.

Canadian shares look headed for a positive start Wednesday morning, tracking firm commodity prices and on optimism about additional stimulus in the U.S.

The Canadian stock market ended marginally up on Tuesday, aided by strong gains in energy, healthcare and information technology shares.

The Canadian stock market is roughly flat in early afternoon trades on Tuesday, having slipped into the red after a positive start.

Canadian shares are likely to open on a positive note, tracking higher commodity prices. Investors are also likely to pick up stocks, betting on more stimulus.

After moving in a tight band in somewhat lackluster trade, the Canadian stock market ended modestly higher on Monday thanks to strong gains in technology and healthcare sections.

Canadian stock market is modestly higher a few minutes past noon on Monday, led by gains in healthcare and technology stocks.

Canadian shares are likely to open higher on Monday, tracking positive economic data out of China, and steady bullion prices.

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