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TSX ticks higher despite employment data, loonie up by 0.48%

 TSX ticks higher despite employment data, loonie up by 0.48%

On September 9, The TSX index gained significantly helped by broad-based rally despite August Labour Survey data

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TSX gains as metal and mining stocks rise

TSX gains as metal and mining stocks rise

  • June 02, 2022 10:25 AM EDT | Reuters

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...

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

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...

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Wall Street starts June in red after jobs data; CRM, VSCO rise

Wall Street starts June in red after jobs data; CRM, VSCO rise

US stocks closed the first trading day of June in the negative territory on Wednesday as the latest economic data provided mixed signals, which didn’t help ease investors’ rate fears. The S&P 500 was down 0.75% to 4,101.23. The Dow J...

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

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...

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Wall Street retreats after Biden-Powell talks; DXCM, AUY, UL rally

Wall Street retreats after Biden-Powell talks; DXCM, AUY, UL rally

US stocks closed lower on Tuesday, May 31, after an extended weekend break for the Memorial Day festivities as traders turned their attention to President Joe Biden’s talks with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on inflation. The S&P ...

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

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...

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TSX posts nearly 3% weekly gain with loonie up, cannabis stocks down

TSX posts nearly 3% weekly gain with loonie up, cannabis stocks down

On Friday, May 27, the TSX Composite Index extended the green streak it's been on since May 19 by increasing 216.40 points, 1.05 per cent, to 20,748.58. The index’s biggest sector, financials, gained 1.33 per cent and energy was up 1.65 per ...

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Wall Street ends week higher on retail boost; PDD, DELL, ULTA rally

Wall Street ends week higher on retail boost; PDD, DELL, ULTA rally

US stocks closed the week with a third straight session of gain on Friday, May 27, helped by positive retail guidance and expectations of the macroeconomic situation improving. The S&P 500 was up 2.47% to 4,158.24. The Dow Jones rose 1.76% to 33...

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TSX extends green streak after RBC & TD beat estimates, loonie gains

TSX extends green streak after RBC & TD beat estimates, loonie gains

The TSX Composite Index has risen for the fifth day in a row with all the major sectors in green. The financial sector gained 0.9 per cent Thursday, May 26. The Royal Bank of Canada and Toronto-Dominion Bank reported better than expected second-qu...

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US stocks rise on retail earnings, economic data; BABA, DLTR rally

US stocks rise on retail earnings, economic data; BABA, DLTR rally

Wall Street's main indices rose for the second straight day on Thursday, May 26, buoyed by positive retail earnings and labor data - affording a glimmer of hope amid market turbulence. The S&P 500 was up 1.99% to 4,057.84. The Dow Jones rose 1.6...

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