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The Canadian market ended modestly higher on Friday after another lackluster session as investors once again refrained from making significant moves amid a lack of triggers.

After a flat start and a subsequent uptick, the Canadian market remains positive a little before noon on Friday with shares from utilities, healthcare, industrials and real estate sectors holding firm on sustained buying interest.

The Canadian market is likely to open with a positive bias on Friday, tracking higher crude oil prices.

us pre market 053119 25nov22 The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Friday's pre-market trading (as of 07.40 A.M. ET).

The Canadian market ended modestly higher on Thursday after a highly lackluster session as investors largely refrained from making significant moves amid a lack of fresh triggers.

The Canadian market is modestly higher around noon on Thursday, lifted by gains in technology and select industrials and materials stocks.

Canadian shares are likely to open higher on Thursday as firm metal prices and rising optimism about the Federal Reserve slowing its pace of interest rate hikes are expected to lift sentiment.

The Australian dollar moved up against its most major counterparts in the Asian session on Thursday, as risk sentiment improved after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting showed that the pace of interest rate increases would slow soon. The minutes said a "substantial majority"...

The Canadian market ended modestly higher on Wednesday after moving in a tight range amid thin volumes.

The Canadian market is turning in a mixed performance at noon on Wednesday, after having moved higher earlier thanks to strong gains in the technology sector.

Canadian shares look headed for a mixed start on Wednesday, tracking commodity prices and sluggish European markets.

SNC - Lavalin Group (SNCAF.PK, SNC.TO), a professional services and project management company, Wednesday said it has received a $62 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers or USACE to relocate and equip U.S. military hospital. Under the deal, the company will provide Initial Outfitting...

The Canadian market ended sharply higher on Tuesday, aided by strong gains in energy and materials sectors.

Despite concerns about geopolitical tensions and economic slowdown, the Canadian market remains firmly up in positive territory a little past noon on Tuesday, led by strong gains in energy and materials sections.

Following the release of Canada retail sales for September at 8:30 am ET Tuesday, the loonie changed little against its major counterparts. The loonie was trading at 1.3765 against the euro, 105.46 against the yen, 0.8899 against the aussie and 1.3401 against the greenback around 8:32 am ET.

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