S&P/TSX Capped Materials Index.GSPTTMT
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- trading higher357.62CAD
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- Day Range
- 348.47 - 361.28
- 52-Week Range
- 294.88 - 422.26
As of May 20 2022. Values delayed up to 15 minutes
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Canada's main stock index edged higher on Tuesday, rebounding from a two-week low intraday, as data showing that U.S. producer prices were not as hot as expected last month boosted investor sentiment ahead of a Federal Reserve interest rate decision.
Markets PerformanceOfficial Data Partner
Source: Refinitiv, an LSEG business - data delayed by at least 15 minutes
- CANADA STOCKSTSX notches biggest weekly gain in 11 months as oil surges
Canada's main stock index rose on Friday, capping a strong week as a seven-year high for oil prices bolstered the index's attractiveness to foreign investors.
- CANADA STOCKSTSX rises for sixth day on healthcare, miners boost; Omicron fears ebb
Canada's main stock index rose in thin trading for the sixth straight session on Thursday, helped by healthcare and mining shares, while easing fears over the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant also boosted sentiment.
- CANADA STOCKSToronto index down as Omicron fears weigh, pot stocks drag
Canada's main stock index edged lower on Wednesday in volatile trading, as investors remained cautious amid renewed global restrictions to curb the spread of the Omicron variant, with pot producers leading the losses.
- CANADA STOCKSTSX edges up as 'cooler heads' weigh new virus variant
Canada's main stock index rebounded on Monday, led by resource stocks, as investors became more comfortable with the risks that the Omicron coronavirus variant could pose to the global economic outlook.
- WorldCANADA STOCKS TSX fall as healthcare stocks drag, set for worst week since Feb
Canada's main stock index fell on Friday, and was on course to record its worst weekly performance in eight months, pressured by healthcare stocks.