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TSX sinks over 4% in 4 days, loonie & commodities down

 TSX sinks over 4% in 4 days, loonie & commodities down

For the fourth straight trading session, the TSX Composite Index fell as it took a biting loss of 2.07 per cent, 436.79 points, to 20,621.39. 2021, the year when vaccines came and the economy could open up, saw the index’s best performance sinc...

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Opening Bell: Canadian Markets Rise Amid US Election Result Ambiguity

Opening Bell: Canadian Markets Rise Amid US Election Result Ambiguity

Canadian equity markets traded in green on Wednesday morning as a nail-biting electoral contest unfolded across the border. No clear picture emerged in the US election results 2020 with Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden locked in a tight...

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TSX Composite Index Extends Gains, Education Services & Financials Lead

TSX Composite Index Extends Gains, Education Services & Financials Lead

Main Canadian index, the S&P/TSX Composite Index, extended gains for the second consecutive day and bagged approximately 242 points or 1.54% to 15,939.15 on Tuesday. The index traded above its long-term support level of 200-day simple moving aver...

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Healthcare and Industrials Pull S&P/TSX Composite Index Higher

Healthcare and Industrials Pull S&P/TSX Composite Index Higher

  The S&P/TSX Composite Index closed 116 points or 0.74% higher at 15,696.87 on Monday, paring all losses of the previous trading session. However, the index is still hovering in a bearish territory. At the closing bell, it traded below its...

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S&P/TSX Composite Down 0.57%; Enbridge, Bombardier & Suncor Volume Leaders

S&P/TSX Composite Down 0.57%; Enbridge, Bombardier & Suncor Volume Leaders

The leading benchmark index of the Toronto Stock Exchange, S&P/TSX Composite Index, traded ~90 points or 0.57% lower against the previous trading session and ended at 15,580.64 on Friday. From the weekly return standpoint, the index slumped appro...

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TSX Composite Edges Higher on Strength of Real Estate & Healthcare Stocks

TSX Composite Edges Higher on Strength of Real Estate & Healthcare Stocks

The broader equity gauge of Canada, S&P/TSX Composite Index, moved higher to close at 49.13 points to 16,279.36 on Thursday. However, the index traded below its long-term support levels of 200-day simple moving average (SMA) and below the crucial...

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S&P/TSX Down 2.71%; Husky & Cenovus Volume Leaders

S&P/TSX Down 2.71%; Husky & Cenovus Volume Leaders

Spike in COVID-19 cases across Canada sent stocks tumbling on the Toronto Stok Exchange, making it the worst day since early July. Benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index traded below its 200-day simple moving average (SMA) on Wednesday, which act as a...

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Bears Haunt TSX Ahead Of Halloween, Index Drops 58.61 points

Bears Haunt TSX Ahead Of Halloween, Index Drops 58.61 points

Global equity markets tumbled on Tuesday amid fears of Lockdown 2.0 after coronavirus cases surged at a rapid pace in some parts of the world. Canadian markets traded lower for the second straight day with the S&P/TSX Composite Index declining by...

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TSX Composite Falls 1.38%, Genworth MI & Husky Energy Top Gainers

TSX Composite Falls 1.38%, Genworth MI & Husky Energy Top Gainers

The S&P/TSX Composite Index fell 1.38 percent to 16,079.55 on Monday, October 26. At the closing bell, the index traded below its crucial short-term support level of 50-day simple moving average (SMA) and below its immediate support levels of 5-d...

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TSX Composite Edges Higher On Strength Of Energy & Telecom Stocks

TSX Composite Edges Higher On Strength Of Energy & Telecom Stocks

The broader index of the Canadian market, S&P/TSX Composite Index, added 24.72 points or 0.15% to 16, 304.08 on Friday, buoyed by gains in the energy and telecommunication sectors. The leading momentum indicator, the moving average convergence/d...

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TSX Wraps Up On A High After 3 Days Of Losses

TSX Wraps Up On A High After 3 Days Of Losses

After three consecutive days of losses, the broader equity gauge of the Canadian Market, S&P/TSX Composite, gained 49 points or 0.30% to settle at 16,279.36 on Thursday. At the closing bell, the TSX Composite featured a dividend yield of 3.59% an...

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