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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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US stocks close higher as Fed meets on rate hike; PFE, BP, WDC rally

US stocks close higher as Fed meets on rate hike; PFE, BP, WDC rally

Wall Street indices closed higher on Tuesday, May 3, as the Federal Reserve began its two-day policy meeting in which officials are expected to deliberate on the next interest rate hikes. The S&P 500 was up 0.48% to 4,175.48. The Dow Jones rose ...

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TSX rebounds with financial & energy sectors up, loonie gains

TSX rebounds with financial & energy sectors up, loonie gains

The financial sector rebounded about one per cent Tuesday, May 3, helping the TSX Composite Index to recover by 213.06 points, 1.03 per cent, after briefly taking it above the 21,000-mark, to settle at 20,692.22. Energy gained 3.85 per cent and tech...

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US stocks close higher after yields rise to 3-year high; SAVE, ATVI rally

US stocks close higher after yields rise to 3-year high; SAVE, ATVI rally

US stocks closed higher on Monday, May 2, after yields on 10-year Treasury notes jumped 3%, the highest increase in more than three years. The S&P 500 was up 0.57% to 4,155.38. The Dow Jones rose 0.26% to 33,061.50. The NASDAQ Composite increase...

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TSX in red despite tech & healthcare rebounding, loonie down

TSX in red despite tech & healthcare rebounding, loonie down

The TSX Composite Index fell 69.78 points, 0.34 per cent, to 20,692.22 Monday, May 2. Healthcare gained 1.4 per cent and IT 1.7 per cent but all the other sectors were in the red. Tech and cannabis stocks were the day’s biggest gainers. 2022 c...

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TSX drops 5.15% in April after all sectors close in red, loonie down

TSX drops 5.15% in April after all sectors close in red, loonie down

The TSX Composite Index fell 359.06 points, 1.7 per cent, to 20,762.00 Friday, April 30, with all the major indices in the red. Energy was down 1.4 per cent and financials 1.3 per cent. This puts the index at a loss of 5.15 per cent for April, undoi...

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TSX recovers nearly 2% as energy, IT & financials rally, loonie gains

TSX recovers nearly 2% as energy, IT & financials rally, loonie gains

The TSX Composite Index built on its Wednesday gain and grew 376.83 points, 1.82 per cent, to 21,121.06 Thursday, April 29. All the major indices were in the green, energy up over five per cent and financials up 1.7 per cent. The tech sector increase...

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Dow, S&P close higher on strong earnings; MSFT, Visa, TMUS rally

Dow, S&P close higher on strong earnings; MSFT, Visa, TMUS rally

Dow Jones and S&P 500 edged higher while Nasdaq closed flat on Wednesday, April 27, as strong quarterly earnings of Microsoft Corp and Visa Inc lifted the market sentiment in a reversal from the previous day’s fall. The S&P 500 rose 0....

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TSX rebounds as energy gains, loonie up

TSX rebounds as energy gains, loonie up

After falling over six per cent in five trading days, the TSX Composite Index rebounded 0.26 per cent, 53.42 points, to 20,744.23. Energy gained 3.3 per cent and industrials was in the green 0.3 per cent. Base metals spiked 4.5 per cent. Cenovus Ener...

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US stocks retreat ahead of big earnings; TSLA, GE, UPS decline

US stocks retreat ahead of big earnings; TSLA, GE, UPS decline

Wall Street’s main indices edged lower on Tuesday, April 26, ahead of the earnings of big companies like Microsoft and Alphabet as investors weighed the risks of slow growth and higher interest rates. The S&P 500 was down 2.81% to 4,175.20...

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TSX falls for 5th day with loonie down, commodities rebound

TSX falls for 5th day with loonie down, commodities rebound

With a fifth straight day of losses, the TSX Composite Index has now given away some of its gains since scaling to a new all-time high in 2022. The benchmark index is now in the red by 2.51 per cent year-to-date after falling 321.08 points, 1.53 per ...

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