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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.
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- CANADA STOCKSTSX dips as Ukraine crisis weighs on investor sentiment
Canada's main stock index fell for a second day on Tuesday as investors weighed developments around the crisis in Ukraine, with technology and heavily-weighted financials among the sectors leading the declines.
- CANADA STOCKSTSX slips as energy stocks weigh, Kinross slides
Canada's main stock index slipped on Thursday, after energy stocks fell tracking oil prices, and as miners were pressured by a 9% slide in Kinross Gold after its $1.42 billion buyout bid for Great Bear.
- CANADA STOCKSToronto index turns negative as pot producers weigh
Canada's main stock index erased early gains to trade lower on Friday, mirroring the mood on Wall Street, as losses in pot producers eclipsed firmer energy stocks and gains in Bank of Montreal after it reported upbeat earnings.
- CANADA STOCKSTSX opens higher as stronger oil prices lift energy stocks
Canada's main stock index opened higher on Friday, aided by energy stocks as oil prices jumped nearly 3%, with upbeat earnings from Bank of Montreal further boosting sentiment.
- CANADA STOCKSToronto index up on energy boost, easing Omicron fears
Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday mirroring global mood, as energy stocks gained on stronger oil prices and as concerns around the new coronavirus variant Omicron eased.