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TSX, Wall Street up despite oil price slump and possible US government shutdown
Falling oil prices and a possible U.S. government shutdown didn't seem to phase North American markets, as the Toronto stock index and Wall Street capped off the week on a positive note.
The close: TSX rises, led by financials and railroad stocks  The Globe and Mail
TSX falls as energy, materials lose ground; Canadian dollar slides lower
Canada's main stock index fell moderately today, as Wall Street pulled back from the record highs it set yesterday. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 42.23 points to 16,284.47, as the base metals, gold and energy sectors lost ground. In New York ...
The close: TSX ends lower as resource stocks weigh  The Globe and Mail
Energy and metals weigh on TSX as Wall St. pulls back, loonie slides lower  The Telegram
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 ...
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%  Investing.com
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 ...
Why Canadian investors are being left out of one of history's great bull ...  The Globe and Mail
Resource stocks weigh on TSX, loonie up  insideTORONTO.com
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
At the open: TSX rises as broad-based gains offset losses for energy
Canada's main stock index edged higher on Friday as broad-based gains offset losses for the energy group after oil prices fell.
TSX, Wall Street up amid oil price slump and US government shutdown concerns
TORONTO -- Falling oil prices and a possible U.S. government shutdown didn't seem to phase North American markets Friday, as the Toronto stock index and Wall Street capped off the week on a positive note.
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 dips on concerns Trump will terminate NAFTA  BNN