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S&P/TSX Composite Index: Market Falls As Strong CIBC Earnings Fails To Inspire
The S&P/TSX Composite Index (INDEXTSI:OSPTX) fell modestly on Thursday, paring most of its gains to finish negative by 0.10% to 15,508.17.
Toronto market drags as US stocks mostly push higher; loonie down  CTV News
Broad-based rally helps lift Canada's main stock index
North American stock markets pushed higher Friday as a broad-based rally helped lift Canada's main stock index. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 130.28 points to 15,638.45. A surging energy sector led the advance. In New York, the Dow Jones ...
S&P/TSX Composite Index: Modest Losses As Market Prepares For 'Big Six' Earnings
The S&P/TSX Composite Index (INDEXTSI:OSPTX) fell modestly on Tuesday, with cannabis, tech and health-care stocks shoring up a sluggish session.
Tuesday's TSX breakouts: This stock is up 17% in 2018 with a forecast ...  The Globe and Mail
TSX edges ahead in early trading; Canadian dollar drops  Times Colonist
Canada's main stock index rises, loonie dips below 79 cents US
Canada's main stock index rose and U.S. markets pared back early gains as investors reacted to a late-afternoon surge in bond yields, while the loonie dipped below 79 cents.
TSX up and Wall St. down after bond yield surge; loonie moves lower  News1130
US stocks close higher but lose over 5% for week, TSX ends down
North American markets closed mostly higher on Friday in volatile trading, but the week's steep sell-offs resulted in all three U.S.
Stock market swing: Dow up 330 points, TSX down 31  CTV News
Dow closes higher after 1000-point intraday swing  BNN
North American markets struggle after long weekend; Canadian dollar loses half ...
The loonie lost more than half a cent as Canada's main stock index fell and U.S. stocks ended a six-day winning streak following a long holiday weekend.
Toronto stock index dips, loonie down half a cent
TSX drags despite oil rally; Canadian dollar loses ground
Rallying oil prices and a rising energy sector weren't enough to keep Canada's main stock index out of the red, as U.S. stocks mostly closed higher amid a pullback in bond yields.
Energy sector helps boost Toronto market, Dow posts triple-digit gain  Cape Breton Post
TSX boosted by gold and oil prices as Canadian dollar also rises
The Canadian dollar closed at an average trading value of 79.61 cents U.S., up 0.24 of a U.S. cent. The S&P/TSX composite index advanced 111.80 points to 15,328.27. (Marcus Oleniuk / Toronto Star). By The Canadian Press. Wed., Feb. 14, 2018. Surging ...
Toronto stock index rallies as oil prices and loonie stabilize, US markets ...  Cape Breton Post
Energy losses push TSX down modestly as loonie moves higher; US markets ahead  Windsor Star
TSX drops nearly 4% this week with triple-digit decline Friday
Stock markets on both sides of the border plummeted Friday, with Canada seeing a broad-based decline that included drops in every sector, and the Dow Jones industrial average falling more than 650 points and handing the U.S.
TSX and US stocks down in late-morning trading
The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 28.57 points to 15,299.70, after 90 minutes of trading.
Toronto stock index up, Wall Street mixed, as loonie moves lower  CTV News