Canadian shares close to trade higher; S&P / TSX Up 1.08% at Investing.com

© Reuters.  Kanada Aktien waren höher zum Handelsschluss; S&P/TSX kletterte um 1,08%
© Reuters. Canadian shares close to trade higher; S&P / TSX up 1.08%

Investing.com – Canadian shares were higher after closing on Tuesday, and reached higher levels.

It was up 1.08% at the end of business in Toronto.

Present season’s best performance Aphria Inc (TSX :), which rose 12.41% or 1.990 points to hit around 18.030. Aurora Cannabis Inc (TSX 🙂 meanwhile added 11.87% or 1.710 points to end at 16.820. Kronos Group Inc (TSX 🙂 rose 10.79% or 1.42 points to close at 14.58 points during trading.

Worst performance of the season First royal silver Corp (TSX :), which fell 23.02% or 6.56 points to end at 21.94 in late trade. BlackBerry Limited (TSX 🙂 lost 18.61% or 3.50 points to close at 15.31. Silvercorp metal Inc (TSX 🙂 was down 16.97% or 1.76 points to 8.61.

Shared the falling stocks from 657 to 377 and ended unchanged on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Aphria Inc (TSX 🙂 stock reached a 52-week high; 12.41% or 1.990 to 18.030. Shares of Kronos Group Inc. (TSX 🙂 hit a 52-week high; Getting 10.79% or 1.42 to 14.58.

The one that measures the implied volatility of the S&P / TSX options was unchanged at 0% at 11.27.

Gold futures for April delivery were up 1.39% or 25.90 to $ 1,838.00 troy ounces. Nowhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery rose 2.20%, or $ 1.18, to $ 54.73 a barrel in March, while the April Brent oil contract rose 2.04%, or $ 1.15, to $ 57.48 a barrel.

CAD / USD rose 0.34% to 0.7806 while CAD / EUR rose 0.69% to 0.6495.

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US dollar index futures rose 0.19% to 91.198.

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