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Wall Street regains momentum on bank, tech stocks rally; VMW, JPM surge

 Wall Street regains momentum on bank, tech stocks rally; VMW, JPM surge

US stocks closed higher on Monday, May 23, lifted by gains in mega-cap technology and bank shares following eight straight weekly declines of the indices, the longest streak since the 2001 dot com bubble. The S&P 500 was up 1.86% to 3,973.75. Th...

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TSX Composite Down 100 Points, Canopy Growth & Aurora Top Losers

TSX Composite Down 100 Points, Canopy Growth & Aurora Top Losers

  Canadian stocks moved lower for the second straight day, with the broader equity index of the Toronto Stocks Exchange doffing 100.72 points or 0.55% to settle at 18,274.07 on Thursday. The index is off approximately 1.7% from its 52W High of ...

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Tech & Industrials Pull Down TSX, Supreme Cannabis Most Active Stock

Tech & Industrials Pull Down TSX, Supreme Cannabis Most Active Stock

Weakness in heavy-weighted technology and industrials sector dragged the S&P/TSX Composite Index lower on Wednesday. The index declined ~118 points or 0.63% to 18,374.78, doffing most of the gains it accumulated over the past two trading session....

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TSX Edges Higher On Day 2, Up 0.18%

TSX Edges Higher On Day 2, Up 0.18%

The TSX Composite Index moved up for the second consecutive day and added approximately 32.51 points or 0.18% to 18,492.72 on Tuesday. Other broader indices also settled in a positive territory, with the S&P/TSX 60 adding 0.21% to 1,097.48, and t...

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TSX Ends Week With Muted Gains; Industrials, Energy Lead Session

TSX Ends Week With Muted Gains; Industrials, Energy Lead Session

Canada’s benchmark Toronto Stock Index (TSX) ended the week with muted gains on Friday after the government announced a onetime relief of C$1,200 for frontline health workers and optimism over more COVID vaccine supplies to protect the vulner...

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Energy, Metals & Mining Sector Pull Up TSX

Energy, Metals & Mining Sector Pull Up TSX

The largely tracked equity benchmark index of the Canadian Stock Exchange, S&P/TSX Composite Index, pared all the losses of the previous trading session and moved 0.37% or 67.22 points to 18,460.21 on Friday. The gain was largely driven by high-w...

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TSX, TSXV End Flat on Virus Concerns, Pot Stocks Lead Session

TSX, TSXV End Flat on Virus Concerns, Pot Stocks Lead Session

Summary  The S&P/TSX Composite Index shed 64.79 points, or 0.351 per cent, to close at 18,392.99. Slow pace of COVID vaccination and new restrictions on public activities weighed on the markets. Government’s C$15 billion spendin...

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TSX, TSXV Record All-Time Highs

TSX, TSXV Record All-Time Highs

The TSX Composite Index, the leading equity gauge for Canadian stocks, moved 78.36 points or 0.43% higher at 18,408.62 to mark a new all-time high of 18,421.01. The broader market index traded in green as the market sentiment remained positive on US...

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TSX Continues On Gaining Spree, Pot Stocks Aurora & Aphria Top Movers

TSX Continues On Gaining Spree, Pot Stocks Aurora & Aphria Top Movers

  The Canadian stocks are hovering in steep bullsh zone as the benchmark index, TSX Composite, surged higher for the sixth straight day. The index added approximatelly 6% in the past six trading session and traded 1.05% higher on Monday to clos...

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TSX Powers Through Job Loss & Trade Deficit, Ends At Record Levels

TSX Powers Through Job Loss & Trade Deficit, Ends At Record Levels

S&P/TSX Composite, the key Canadian bourse ended Friday’s trading session at record high levels, even as the domestic job markets posted dismal numbers. The index closed at 18,135.90, up 93.03 points or 0.52 per cent, marking the fifth cons...

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TSX Crosses 18000-Mark, Soared Up for the Fourth Consecutive Day, Led by Metals and Mining and Financials

TSX Crosses 18000-Mark, Soared Up for the Fourth Consecutive Day, Led by Metals and Mining and Financials

Rally in the global equity markets continued for the fourth straight day, led by increasing optimism over the US stimulus package. Lifted by the rally across the border, Canadian stocks too advanced on Thursday. The largest-tracked equity index of t...

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