Tag Archives: TSX

BitGold begins trading on TSX Venture Exchange as gold transaction platform builds momentum

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Roy Sebag and Josh Crumb started their business with one simple guiding principle. \”We wanted to be able to go into Tim Hortons and buy a coffee with gold, with our credit card or debit card,\” Sebag said in an interview. \”It went from being a hobby of how to do that to this whole company.\” Investors will begin to ...

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What you need to know before the TSX opens

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Expect a quiet begin to the week of trading as U.S. markets remain closed today for the? Memorial Day holiday. The TSX opens at 9:30 a.m. European equities fell today, using the Spanish and Greek stock markets hit by investors\’ concerns over Greece\’s debt problems along with a poor local election result for that Madrid government.Crude oil futures edged lower ...

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TSX rises, snapping a three-day losing streak as oil rallies

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed solidly higher Tuesday as rising commodity prices helped stem three days of heavy losses. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 74.38 points at 14,817.71 following a nearly 214-point drop Monday. In most, Canada\’s largest stock exchange gave back a lot more than 400 points within the three-day stretch that began with a 135-point ...

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Wall Street rises, TSX falls after Fed signals rate hike later this year

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed in the red Wednesday while Ny markets turned higher following the U.S. Federal Reserve announced it was keeping its benchmark rate unchanged. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 20.07 points at 14,732.98, as the loonie was up 0.51 of a U.S. cent at 81.73 cents. On commodity markets, the July crude contract gave ...

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TSX sharply lower; New York markets give back chunk of Thursday gains

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock exchange finished with a triple-digit loss Friday amid weak commodity prices along with a disappointing read on retail sales that underlined the still-fragile nature of Canada\’s economic recovery. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 117.52 points at 14,653.12 as oil and metals prices retreated. Meanwhile, Statistics Canada said retail sales fell 0.1 per cent to ...

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TSX, Wall Street surge on hopes for Greek aid deal

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TORONTO – United states markets closed solidly higher, using the Nasdaq hitting a new all-time high, amid renewed optimism in Europe that Greece will reach a deal with its creditors and steer clear of a default. The S&P/TSX composite index gained 137.36 suggests 14,790.48, with almost all sectors closing higher, as the loonie was down 0.40 of the U.S. cent ...

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TSX droops, Wall Street up as investors await news from Fed, Greece

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed marginally lower Tuesday as investors awaited the end result of Wednesday\’s interest rate announcement in the U.S. Fed and kept a close eye on the Greek debt crisis. The S&P/TSX composite index ended your day down three points at 14,753.05. South from the border, markets posted a strong advance because the U.S. Federal ...

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TSX rises on optimism over Greece as materials shares climb

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TORONTO – The Toronto Stock Exchange was solidly ahead for any second consecutive session Tuesday with almost all sectors higher. The S&P/TSX composite index advanced 110.04 points to 14,900.52 at midafternoon, contributing to Monday\’s 137-point gain because the heavyweight mining, energy and financials sectors all trended higher. The loonie was down 0.11 of a U.S. cent at 81.02 cents. In ...

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TSX, Wall Street regain ground after yesterday’s slaughter

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock market pushed ahead with gains at the end of morning trading as Greece inched for the default deadline on its loan to the International Monetary Fund. The S&P/TSX composite index moved higher towards midday, rising 66.17 suggests 14,556.32, as the loonie traded at 80.13 cents US, down 0.57 of the U.S. cent.   Traders appeared ...

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TSX closes lowers as oil falls, Greek talks continue

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TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed lower Friday as oil prices weakened and concerns intensified within the Greek debt crisis in front of a key meeting a few days ago.The S&P/TSX composite index dropped 89.41 suggests 14,808.09 as the loonie rose 0.05 of a U.S. cent to 81.20 cents. Markets everywhere anticipated developments over the weekend in the negotiations ...

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