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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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S&P/TSX Composite Index Extends Loss for Third Consecutive Day

S&P/TSX Composite Index Extends Loss for Third Consecutive Day

Canada’s benchmark equity index extended losses for the third straight day on Tuesday and declined 118.49 points or 0.73% to 16,099.52. Heavyweight energy stocks dragged the S&P/TSX Composite Index lower followed by information technology s...

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Market Extended Loss on Friday

Market Extended Loss on Friday

S&P/TSX Composite Index, leading Canadian benchmark index extended its loss on Friday and declined 1.4% or 230.88 points. The index closed the day at 16,218.01 on September 4, 2020. Investors continued to dump the tech stocks on Friday followed b...

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Tech Tumble Sends Wall Street, Toronto Stock Exchange Into Reverse

Tech Tumble Sends Wall Street, Toronto Stock Exchange Into Reverse

The Canadian broader equity gauge, S&P/TSX Composite Index, ended its two-day winning streak on Thursday and plummeted 249.07 points or 1.49% to 16,448.90. Every constituent sector of the TSX Composite Index settled in red, with heavy technology ...

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Communication and Utility Stocks Edge Higher on TSX

Communication and Utility Stocks Edge Higher on TSX

Canadian benchmark index S&P/TSX Composite extended gains for the second straight day and added approximately 52.98 points or 0.32% to 16,697.97. Communication stocks were leading the market and S&P/TSX Capped Communication Index increased by...

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Market Update: TSX Index Moves Back to Green Zone

Market Update: TSX Index Moves Back to Green Zone

S&P/TSX Composite Index, the leading equity gauge of the Toronto Stock Exchange, traded in the green zone on Tuesday. It added 130.55 points or 0.79% after three consecutive days of losses and closed the session at 16,644.99.  Technology and...

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TSX Index Trades Lower For Second Consecutive Day

TSX Index Trades Lower For Second Consecutive Day

The benchmark equity index of the Canadian stock market extended losses for the second consecutive day and traded 191.35 points or 1.14% to 16,514.44. Every constituent sector of the TSX Composite Index settled in red zone on Monday, reflecting that ...

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TSX Index Settles Lower; Suncor Energy, Barrick Gold, Air Canada Most Traded

TSX Index Settles Lower; Suncor Energy, Barrick Gold, Air Canada Most Traded

The S&P/TSX Composite Index, the leading equity index of the Toronto Stocks Exchange, ending at 16,705.79 on Friday, down by 25.70 points or 0.15% to 16,705.79. Consumer non-cyclical and utilities sector stocks dragged the index lower, down by 2....

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TSX falls 0.35%; Air Canada, Baytex Energy & Suncor Energy most actively traded

TSX falls 0.35%; Air Canada, Baytex Energy & Suncor Energy most actively traded

Dragged by technology stocks, the S&P/TSX Composite index declined 58.48 points or 0.35% to 16,731.49 on Thursday. The technology index ended 1.18% lower. The most actively traded stocks were Air Canada (up 4.18% to CAD 17.19), Baytex Energy Corp...

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Closing Bell: Energy Gains Help TSX Rise

Closing Bell: Energy Gains Help TSX Rise

  Canada’s broader equity index bagged 172.49 points or 1.038% to touch 16,789.97 on Wednesday, August 26. Communication stocks stole the show, with the TSX information technology index gaining by 3.36%. TSX financial index followed next,...

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Base Metals And Utilities Stocks Pull Down TSX Index

Base Metals And Utilities Stocks Pull Down TSX Index

On TSX: The broader benchmark index of the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Composite Index, ended the Tuesday’s session slightly lower at 16.617.48, down 9.16 points or 0.06%.  Base metals and utilities stocks suffered on the broader exchange....

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