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TSX loses ground as energy, materials sectors take a step back
Canada's main stock index lost ground as U.S. stocks finished off a roller-coaster day of trading in the red. The S&P/TSX composite index fell 72.93 points to 16,298.88, in a largely broad-based decline led by the influential energy and materials ...
Resource stocks weigh on market, US markets reverse earlier gains  CTV News
The benefits of buybacks: This obscure TSX index is doubling the composite's ...
With that as background, Canadian equity investors will be interested to learn that one of the best-performing indexes on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 2017 was the obscure S&P/TSX composite buyback index, with a total return for the year of 19 per ...
Canada stocks higher at close of trade; S&P/TSX Composite up 0.35%
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TSX boosted by health-care sector, loonie tops 80 cents US
The S&P/TSX composite index advanced 63.63 points to 16,371.81 on Monday. (Rene Johnston / Toronto Star file photo). Canada's main stock index made gains on the back of rising oil and gold prices, as well as gains in the health-care sector.
Health-care sector and commodity prices boost TSX, loonie advances  News1130
TSX in the red as energy, materials sectors lose ground
It was a fairly muted day of trading on North American markets, as Canada's main stock index posted moderate losses and Wall Street indices pushed mostly higher on small gains.
At midday: TSX slips in broad retreat; pot stocks bounce  The Globe and Mail
TSX slips as losses in materials, financials offset pot stocks bounce  BNN
Canadian stock market falls
TORONTO, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Canada's main stock index fell Tuesday due to lower shares of materials and energy groups. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index fell 72.93 points, or 0.45 percent, to close the day at 16,298.88. Eight of the ...
At midday: Financial stocks lead TSX higher  The Globe and Mail
Loonie, TSX move higher following Bank of Canada rate hike  BNN
The close: Dow surges to end above 26000 for first time; TSX rises
World shares advanced on Wednesday to touch a record as Wall Street rallied on a rebound in technology shares while economic reports supported the U.S.
Loonie recovers following dovish rate hike
TSX closes 27 points higher, dollar slips; Dow soars past 26000  Times Colonist
Canadian dollar, Toronto stock index fall amid reports US plans to pull out of ...
The S&P/TSX composite index lost 71.29 points to 16,247.95, with industrials among the main decliners. “That's the sector that's getting hit the most this afternoon because of the NAFTA news,” said Anish Chopra, managing director with Portfolio ...
Dollar, TSX fall amid reports US plans to pull out of NAFTA  Windsor Star
TSX mostly flat while US markets have second straight record day; Canadian ...
TSX mostly flat while U.S. markets have second straight record day; Canadian dollar up. On Wall Street, all three indices reached a second consecutive day of record highs while the loonie closed at an average trading value of 79.97 cents U.S.
At midday: TSX flat as rise in lumber offsets drop in pot stocks  The Globe and Mail
Pot offsets lumber gains on flat day for TSX
TSX boosted by oil rally as Canadian dollar dips
A strong rally in the price of oil helped Canada's main stock index stay out of the red Tuesday, as Wall Street indices hit another all-time high.
At midday: TSX flat as energy shares rise, materials slip  The Globe and Mail
TSX closes slightly higher on oil-price surge; Wall Street hits new record  Times Colonist
Price of oil cruises past $60 US mark but TSX continues to tumble
Crossing the $60 (U.S.) oil barrier wasn't enough to steer the Toronto stock index out of the red ahead of the New Year's Eve holiday weekend, as Canadian cannabis companies experienced a volatile trading day.
Price of oil cruises past $60 US as TSX retreats from record-setting pace
At midday: TSX dips as industrials, gold miners slip  The Globe and Mail