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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 retreat, yields jump; BAC, TSLA rally

US stocks retreat, yields jump; BAC, TSLA rally

Wall Street’s main indices edged lower on Monday, April 18, after bond yields climbed to a fresh three-year high in anticipation of the Federal Reserve’s aggressive rate hike to calm inflation. The S&P 500 fell 0.02% to 4,391.69. The...

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Canada's main index rises for third consecutive day. Know more

Canada's main index rises for third consecutive day. Know more

Canada's main equity index- the S&P/TSX Composite Index, jumped 22.71 points or 0.1 per cent on Monday, April 18, and closed at 21,878.41 points. The rise came as the energy, base metals, and information technology sectors rose. Notably, the ene...

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US stocks slip on mixed bank earnings; AAPL, MSFT, NVDA decline

US stocks slip on mixed bank earnings; AAPL, MSFT, NVDA decline

Wall Street’s main indices closed lower on Thursday, April 14, as rising yields and mixed bank earnings weighed on mega-cap stocks ahead of an extended weekend holiday for Good Friday. The S&P 500 was down 1.21% to 4,392.59. The Dow Jones ...

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TSX jumps 122.61 points as Bank of Canada announces latest rate hike

TSX jumps 122.61 points as Bank of Canada announces latest rate hike

The Canadian stock market’s benchmark index recovered by 122.61 points, or 0.56 per cent, to close at 21,838.02 on Wednesday, April 13, as the Bank of Canada announced its highest interest rate hike in over two decades. TSX Composite Index jum...

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Wall Street closes higher as earnings season kicks in; DAL, AAL, TSM rally

Wall Street closes higher as earnings season kicks in; DAL, AAL, TSM rally

Benchmark US indices closed higher on Wednesday, April 13, as a new earnings season set in and growth stocks salvaged some of their recent losses as investors shrugged off inflation worries. The S&P 500 was up 1.12% to 4,446.59. The Dow Jones in...

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TSX extends losses as financial and healthcare sectors trade in red

TSX extends losses as financial and healthcare sectors trade in red

The Canadian stock market benchmark, TSX Composite Index, extended loss and stayed under 22,000 on Tuesday, April 12, shedding 75.08 points, or 0.34 per cent, to close at 21,715.41. The healthcare sector lost 1.49 per cent, followed by the financial...

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TSX declines 0.4% as the energy and base metals sector decline

TSX declines 0.4% as the energy and base metals sector decline

The S&P/TSX Composite Index declined about 0.4 per cent at market close on Monday, April 11. The losses came as the energy and base metals sectors declined rapidly and propelled shares lower. The energy sector was down by 2.6 per cent, and the b...

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Wall Street slides as yields climb, tech rout deepens; MSFT, NVDA drop

Wall Street slides as yields climb, tech rout deepens; MSFT, NVDA drop

Benchmark US indices closed the first day of the week in the red on Monday, April 11, as tech stocks nosedived amid rising bond yields and concerns over a possible back-to-back rate hike in May and June. The S&P 500 fell 1.69% to 4412.53. The Do...

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TSX closes higher at 0.2% as financial and energy sector rises

TSX closes higher at 0.2% as financial and energy sector rises

The Canadian equities closed higher on Friday, April 8, after witnessing a brief period of decline during the week. The S&P/TSX Composite Index closed 0.2 per cent higher at 21,874.35, up 39.46 points. The surge came as investors focused on fina...

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US indices close lower on mixed global cues; NVDA, MSFT among top losers

US indices close lower on mixed global cues; NVDA, MSFT among top losers

US stocks closed lower on Friday, April 8, dragged down by technology, consumer-cyclicals, and industrial segments after a lacklustre session clouded by mixed signals on growth and inflation. The S&P 500 fell 0.27% to 4488.28. The Dow Jones rose...

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