The TSX benchmark moved lower, mainly led by the healthcare, technology and base metals stocks
Tech and materials stocks led the TSX benchmark index to close in the red territory on Wednesday, August 17
The TSX benchmark index spiked by 3.53 per cent to close at 20,269.97 on Tuesday, August 16 in the wake of slowed CPI growth of 7.6 per cent in July.
The TSX rose ahead of July CPI data. Let us get to know in brief about the current Canadian market environment
Canada’s main stock index surged by 105.94 points (or 0.53 per cent) to end the session at 19,991.88 on Thursday, August 11. This triple-digit increase, which occurred for the second day in a row, primarily came as the oil and gas stocks moved higher in t...
TSX index surged by triple-digit on Wednesday, August 10, as US inflation data seems to ease market sentiments.
Canada main equity index in red, dragged down by healthcare and IT sector
Canada's main equity index gained on August 8, largely helped by healthcare and mining stocks
The TSX benchmark index increased by 0.22 per cent on Friday, August 5, supported by the base metals and energy sectors