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Canadian shares are likely to open on a positive note on Thursday, tracking higher commodity prices and firm Asian and European markets.

us pre market 053119 07jul22 The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Thursday's pre-market trading (as of 06.35 A.M. ET).

Dye & Durham Limited (DND.TO) said Wednesday that it has made a second revised proposal to Link Administration Holdings Limited (LNK.AX) with respect to its offer to acquire Link Group. Dye & Durham's latest proposal of up to A$4.70 per Link Group share is comprised of A$4.57 per share in base consideration...

Despite coming off the day's lows, the Canadian market ended on a weak note on Wednesday due to sharp losses in energy and consumer sections.

The Canadian market, which fell after opening slightly up Wednesday morning, continues to languish in negative territory in afternoon trades with stocks from several sectors reeling under sustained selling pressure.

The U.S. dollar was higher against its major counterparts in the European session on Wednesday, as the nation's service sector activity improved in June and investors awaited the release of the minutes of the Federal Reserve's June policy meeting for clues about the future path of monetary tightening. The...

Higher crude oil prices and firm European markets indicate a positive start for the Canadian market on Wednesday.

Resolute Forest Products Inc. (RFP) said Wednesday that it would be acquired by Domtar Corporation (UFS), an arm of The Paper Excellence Group, for about $2.7 billion, or $20.50 per share in cash, including pension liabilities. The cash portion of the merger consideration represents a premium of...

olympics july6 A group of 33 nations have called on all international sport federations to suspend Russian and Belarusian national governing bodies of sports in protest against Russia's invasion of Ukraine. A joint statement issued by Sports Ministers of 33 countries also demanded that individuals closely aligned to the Russian and Belarusian governments should be removed from positions of influence on interna

us pre market 053119 06jul22 The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Wednesday's pre-market trading (as of 06.50 A.M. ET).

The Japanese yen strengthened against its major counterparts in the Asian session on Wednesday, amid rising risk aversion as worries about a recession intensified. A spike in COVID-19 cases in China renewed worries about potential lockdowns. Crude oil prices plunged overnight amid global recession...

Despite staging a fairly good recovery after a sharp plunge, the Canadian market ended on a very weak note on Tuesday, as fears about a possible recession and looming interest rate hikes weighed on sentiment and rendered the mood very cautious.

The Canadian market is deep down in negative territory Tuesday afternoon due to heavy selling in stocks from across various sectors amid rising fears about a possible recession.

The euro fell against its major rivals in the European session on Tuesday, as natural gas prices climbed and Eurozone business growth slowed sharply in June, intensifying worries about a recession. Final survey results from S&P Global showed that the eurozone private sector expanded at a slower pace...

Lower Canadian and U.S. futures, weakness in European markets and sluggish commodity prices point to a negative start for Canadian shares on Tuesday.

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