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An international agreement to reduce coal use dragged miners' shares lower on Monday, but tight supply of the commodity provided a floor for a sector that has chalked up huge gains this year.
An international agreement to reduce coal use dragged Asian coal shares somewhat lower on Monday, but tight supply provided a solid floor for many stocks in a sector that has chalked up huge gains this year.
Canada's main stock index was subdued on Wednesday, ahead of an expected move by the U.S. Federal Reserve to trim pandemic-era stimulus, with weakness in energy and mining stocks also weighing on sentiment.
Canada's main stock index climbed to a record high on Monday as investors scooped up high-flying technology companies, switching out of more defensive stocks such as utilities and telecommunications.
Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday as the materials group rallied and oil prices as well as bond yields climbed, with the index adding to last week's gain.
Canada's main stock index on Friday fell for a fourth day as declines for the financial services and industrial sectors offset gains for uranium shares, with investors bracing for a seasonally weak period for the market.
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Tuesday as worries about the global economic outlook weighed on resource shares, with the market pulling back from a record high.
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Monday, as losses in mining stocks and dismal domestic manufacturing data overshadowed gains in energy stocks.
Canada's main stock index shed initial gains on Friday to snap its three-day winning streak due to weakness in materials sector, while strength in energy stocks and upbeat domestic retail sales data helped limit losses.
The Canadian government took a tentative step forward on its national small modular reactor (SMR) plan on Thursday, with an investment to help an Ontario company edge closer to commercializing its reactor technology.
Canada's main stock index fell on Friday, led by declines in energy stocks, with investors also shrugging off a strong jobs report as a mounting death toll from the coronavirus epidemic hurt sentiment.
Canadian miner Cameco <CCO.TO> said it will hold down output until uranium prices recover and it could cut production further, although nuclear reactor life extensions in France and newbuilds in China, the UAE and Britain bring some hope.
Canada's main stock index inched higher on Tuesday, as shares of precious metal miners gained on the back of higher gold prices.
* The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX rose 21.41 points, or 0.14 percent, to 15,484.55. * Leading the index were Precision Drilling Corp, up 13.9 percent after announcing a debt repayment plan, Labrador Iron Ore Royalty Corp, up 12.5 percent, and Ivanhoe Mines Ltd , higher...
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