TSX opens lower as industrial and financial stocks slip

Canada's main stock index opened lower on Wednesday as industrial and financial stocks slipped and investors worried that aggressive policy tightening by central banks would stifle economic growth. One-year price chart (June 8) of S&P/TSX. A...

TSX rises in nervous trading, FSY and LAM stocks top gainers

Canada's main stock index rose on Tuesday, led by energy shares as oil prices climbed, but the index stuck within its recent sideways pattern ahead of US inflation data later in the week. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index en...

TSX opens lower as tech stocks weigh

Highlights Canada's main stock index opened lower on Tuesday. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 0.43% at 20,728.92 at 9:33 am ET. The benchmark index was weighed by technology stocks. Canada's main stock index opened lower on Tuesd...

TSX futures slip on weaker crude prices

Futures for Canada's main stock index fell on Tuesday, dragged down by weaker crude prices, while sentiment remained fragile ahead of US inflation data and a European Central Bank meeting this week on concerns over monetary policy tightening. Also...

TSX boosted by energy & tech sectors as investors eye late-cycle stocks

Canada's main stock index edged higher on Monday, led by gains for energy and technology, as investors weighed which sectors of the market could fare best as growth potentially peaks for the current economic cycle. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&a...

TSX soars past 21,000 points despite energy in red, loonie gains

The TSX Composite Index spiked by 1.54 per cent, Thursday, June 2, to take it past the 21,000-point mark. The last time it was above 21,000 points was on May 5. In what seems like a reversal of sorts from recent days, energy was the only sector in...

TSX gains as metal and mining stocks rise

Highlights: The TSX posted no new 52-week highs and two new lows. Across all Canadian issues there were three new 52-week highs and six new lows, with total volume of 33.33 million shares. Toronto shares rose on Thursday, led by mining sto...

TSX edges lower as BoC hike interest rate, bond market continues rally

The TSX Composite Index fell again Wednesday, June 1, after the Bank of Canada (BoC) raised interest rates by half a percentage point as expected. Energy gained nearly two per cent and industrials almost one per cent, but all the other sectors saw...

TSX snaps green streak & ends May in red, bond market & loonie gain

The seven-day green streak of the TSX Composite Index ended Tuesday, May 31, after it fell by 190.06 points, 0.91 per cent. All the sectors closed in the red, energy down 2.8 per cent. This meant that the index posted a second straight monthly los...

TSX clocks 7th straight gain as energy & tech rally, loonie up

The TSX Composite Index on Monday, May 30, gained for the seventh day in a row as it moved up 170.82 points, 0.82 per cent, to close at 20,919.40. This streak has put the index in the green on a month-to-date basis after it lost 5.15 per cent in Apr...