The TSX Composite Index on Wednesday, July 20, rose for the fourth straight day, up 0.44 per cent to 19,020.67 after it was reported that Canada's inflation rate for June was 8.1 per cent.
The TSX Composite Index gained again on Tuesday, July 19, by 1.84 per cent to 18,937.71. All major sectors saw a gain of around two per cent or more.
The TSX Composite Index had seen two days of gains on Monday, July 18, as it grew 1.09 per cent to 18,595.62. Energy rose 3.6 per cent and base metals 2.2 per cent and were the biggest gainers.
The TSX Composite Index snapped a five-day red streak, on Friday, July 15, gaining 0.36 per cent. Healthcare lost 4.6 per cent but all other major indices ended with gains.
The TSX Composite Index fell again on Thursday, July 14, as it lost 1.54 per cent. The five-day red streak has now taken the index nearly four per cent lower.
The TSX Composite Index fell for the fourth straight day as the Bank of Canada hiked the interest rate by 100 basis points, higher than the expected. However, the healthcare and base metal sectors gained.
The TSX Composite Index fell 0.73 per cent, 138.6 points, to 18,678.64, Tuesday, July 12, thereby posting a three day losing streak. Except healthcare all major indices closed in the red.
The TSX Composite Index closed, Friday, July 8, after managing a weekly gain of 0.86 per cent. The unemployment rate reached a record low in June.
The TSX Composite Index gained 1.78 per cent to 19,063.17 Thursday, July 7, and all major indices closed in the green. Energy rebounded as did prices of commodities.