TSX posts 13.84% loss in Q2 as all major sectors close in red

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TSX posts 13.84% loss in Q2 as all major sectors close in red

 TSX posts 13.84% loss in Q2 as all major sectors close in red
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The TSX Composite Index fell 1.14 per cent, 217.28 points, to 18,861.36, Thursday, June 30. All major sectors closed in the red. The energy sector and tech fell 1.7 per cent each and healthcare was down over four per cent. Base metals lost nearly three per cent and financials 0.5 per cent. 

This year’s second quarter has been one of the worst in recent memory for Canada’s benchmark index with a loss of 13.84 per cent. In June, it lost over nine per cent.  

One-year price chart (June 30). Analysis by © 2022 Kalkine Media® 

Volume actives 

The Bank of Nova Scotia saw 9.31 million shares traded, making it the most active stock. It was followed by Crescent Point Energy Corp that saw nearly 7.21 million shares switch hands, and Cenovus Energy Inc saw 7.2 million shares traded. 

Movers and laggards 


Company Name 

1-day Price % Change  

Top-5 Gainers 


Canfor Corp 



TFI International Inc 



iA Financial Corporation Inc 



Element Fleet Management Corp 



WSP Global Inc 


Top-5 Laggards 


Canopy Growth Corp 



NovaGold Resources Inc 



K92 Mining Inc 



Equinox Gold Corp 





Wall Street updates 

On Wall Street, the bearish quarter closed with a day in the red. The Dow was lowered by 253.88 points, 0.82 per cent, to 30,775.43 points, while the S&P 500 gave away 33.45 points, 0.88 per cent, to 3,785.38 points. Nasdaq’s benchmark plunged 149.16 points, 1.33 per cent, to 11,028.74. 

Commodities gain 

Gold was down 0.56 per cent to US$ 1,807.30. The price of Brent oil fell 3.04 per cent and was at US$ 109.03/bbl and that of crude oil was down 3.66 per cent to US$ 105.76/bbl. 

Currency news 

The loonie rose 0.15 per cent compared to the US dollar while USD/CAD ended at 1.2872. The US Dollar Index was at 104.68 against the basket of major currencies, down 0.4 per cent. 

Money market 

The US 10-year bond yield was down 2.29 per cent to 3.017 and the Canada 10-year bond yield was down 2.66 per cent to 3.225. 


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