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S&P falls into bear market in intraday, Nasdaq retreats; ROST, DE decline

 S&P falls into bear market in intraday, Nasdaq retreats; ROST, DE decline

Benchmark US indices closed mixed on Friday, May 20, as investors were concerned about the elevated inflation, sending S&P 500 into the bear-market territory in intraday session. The S&P 500 was up 0.01% to 3,901.36. The Dow Jones rose 0.03%...

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Apple hits US$3 Trillion milestone; US stocks slip on a consecutive day

Apple hits US$3 Trillion milestone; US stocks slip on a consecutive day

Benchmark US indices continued retreating on Tuesday, December 14, ahead of Federal Reserve’s policy decision on Wednesday after a two-day meeting. The central bank is expected to wind down the bond purchase faster than anticipated next year.&n...

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TSX sinks 2.45% in 5 days with energy down, commodities & loonie fall

TSX sinks 2.45% in 5 days with energy down, commodities & loonie fall

The TSX Composite Index continued its fall for the fifth day in a row as oil prices fell again Tuesday, December 14. Over the last five trading days, the index has lost 2.45 per cent. The index is now at 20,648.57 points after having seen an all-time...

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TSX in the red for 4th straight day as oil prices sink, loonie down

TSX in the red for 4th straight day as oil prices sink, loonie down

For the fourth straight trading day, the TSX Composite Index fell after it opened Monday, November 13. Energy experienced the biggest fall, down nearly three per cent. All the major sectors were in the red. Meanwhile, the Bank of Canada announced th...

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US stocks retreat ahead of Fed meeting

US stocks retreat ahead of Fed meeting

Benchmark US indices drifted on Monday, December 13, as investors stayed away from the risky bets ahead of the Fed's two-day policy meeting starting Tuesday, December 14. In addition, worries over the Omicron coronavirus variant have also raised inve...

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TSX falls as tech & healthcare sectors sink, manages weekly gain

TSX falls as tech & healthcare sectors sink, manages weekly gain

The TSX Composite Index fell Friday, December 10, for the third day in a row and landed at 20,890.62. Friday’s fall was a marginal 0.17 per cent, 34.87 points, as IT and healthcare lagged. Canopy Growth Corp was down six per cent. Nonetheless,...

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US stocks close week flat after inflation report

US stocks close week flat after inflation report

Benchmark US indices wrapped up the last day of the trading week flat on Friday, December 10, after the latest economic data showed inflation rose to a nearly 40-year high. The S&P 500 climbed 0.96% to 4,712.05. The Dow Jones increased 0.61% to ...

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US stocks slip after Omicron restrictions, jobs data

US stocks slip after Omicron restrictions, jobs data

Benchmark US indices slipped into the red on Thursday, December 9, after countries enforced new travel restrictions on Omicron concerns and jobless benefits claims fell to a record low last week. The S&P 500 slipped 0.72% to 4,667.45. The Dow Jo...

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TSX down as energy & healthcare post losses, oil prices fall

TSX down as energy & healthcare post losses, oil prices fall

On Thursday, December 9, the TSX Composite Index ended lower, losing 151.86 points, 0.72 per cent. Energy was down nearly two per cent and healthcare 3.6 per cent, indicating the market is still in choppy waters. The base metals sector was the only o...

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US stocks close in green for second day straight

US stocks close in green for second day straight

Benchmark US indices closed higher on Wednesday, December 8, after the latest economic data showed job openings increased in October, but labor shortage continued. The S&P 500 was up 0.31% to 4,701.20. The Dow Jones rose 0.10% to 35,754.75. The ...

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TSX down 85.3 points as investors remain uncertain over BoC decision

TSX down 85.3 points as investors remain uncertain over BoC decision

Canada's main stock index declined on Wednesday, December 8, to 21,077.35. The S&P/TSX Composite Index was down by 85.3 points, 0.4 per cent. The decline came after surging 2.6 per cent in the first two days of the week. The technology sector co...

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