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North American markets see little change on eve of US Thanksgiving; Canadian ...
With the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday approaching, North American stock indices are little changed today. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index edged down 3.07 points to 16,073.58, despite sharp increases in the price of oil and gold.
TSX, Wall St. flat ahead of US Thanksgiving, as commodity prices gain ground  CTV News
TSX sees gains in broad advance while US markets set records; Canadian dollar up
The S&P/TSX composite index advanced 72.25 points to 16,076.65, with the materials and base metals sectors leading the broad-based advance.
Markets update at midmorning  Financial Post
Broad-based rally pushes North American markets higher; Canadian dollar up
A broad-based rally pushed North American stock indexes higher today, as markets bounced back from modest declines a day earlier. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 56.89 points to 15,935.37, with dragging energy shares one of few decliners.
Broad-based rally lifts Toronto stock index and Wall Street higher, loonie up  The Telegram
China stocks having worst day in 3 months; Hong Kong firm
But Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index remained firm, after climbing above the 30,000 point-mark on Wednesday for the first time in a decade.
Health-care, telecom sectors keep TSX out of the red; Canadian dollar down
The S&P 500 index edged up 3.29 points to 2,582.14 and the Nasdaq composite index advanced 7.92 points to 6,790.71. “It's a fairly quiet day,” said Craig Fehr, a Canadian markets strategist at Edward Jones in St. Louis.
At midday: TSX slightly higher as financials offset energy stocks  The Globe and Mail
Toronto stock index makes meagre gain, as energy and gold sectors weigh  Times Colonist
Toronto's S&P/TSX composite closes above 16000 mark for first time
Canada's largest stock index marched further into record territory Monday, closing above the 16,000 mark for the first time, despite modest declines on Wall Street.
China shares tumble on bond rout, blue-chip index down most in 1.5 years
Consumer and healthcare firms led the fall and dragged the CSI300 index down sharply by 2.93 per cent, to 4103.73, its biggest fall in per centage terms since June 13, 2016.
What analysts are saying about the sudden drop in Chinese stocks  The Globe and Mail
WRAPUP 1-China stocks wobble after worst day in months  Reuters
Toronto's S&P/TSX composite hits record high as energy stocks surge
Canada's largest stock index set a new record Friday buoyed by energy and gold stocks, as Wall Street advanced on strong technology earnings.
Canadian stocks soar to new heights as TSX surges to record close  The Globe and Mail
Index succumbs to selling pressure
The main composite index practically ignored the rise of most Asian stocks, which rose Wednesday after Wall Street hit new highs ahead of the two-day US break for the Thanksgiving holiday.
TSX finishes slightly higher, Canadian dollar gains ground as US markets close ...
Canada's main stock index finished slightly higher today, as U.S. stock markets were closed for their Thanksgiving holiday. The S&P/TSX composite index scraped out 0.72 of a point to advance to 16,074.30. Earlier in the day, the materials and energy ...
TSX flat as resource share gains offset by bank falls  Reuters Canada
At midday: TSX rises as oil prices boost energy stocks  The Globe and Mail