Canadian shares fall at the end of trading; S&P/TSX down 0.29% on

© Reuters. Canadian shares fall at the end of trading; S&P/TSX down 0.29% – Canada’s shares were lower after Friday’s close on the back of a fall and falling prices.

Down 0.29%, close of business in Toronto.

Best performance of the season in Render profit oil and gas (TSX:), which closed 6.94% or 0.480 points higher at 7.400. stelco Holdings Inc. (TSX:) added 5.68%, or 2.21 points, to end at 41.15. Capstone Mining Corp. (TSX:) was up 2.74%, or 0.15 points, at 5.63 at the close of trade.

The worst performer of the session was Lightspeed Commerce Inc (TSX:), falling 4.53%, or 2.43 points, to close at 51.21. docebo inc (TSX:) closed at 85.38, down 3.22% or 2.84 points. Tilray Inc (TSX:) was down 3.03%, or 0.28 points, at 8.97.

On the Toronto Stock Exchange, advance stocks ended 547 to 440 lower and 121 unchanged.

Shares of Tilray Inc. (TSX:) fell to all-time lows; A drop of 3.03% or 0.28 to 8.97.

The S&P/TSX options implied volatility measure rose 43.82% to 21.63, a new 3-month high.

Gold futures for February delivery rose 0.84%, or $15.25, to $1,829.35 per troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude for delivery in February fell 1.94%, or $1.49, to $75.50 a barrel, while the March Brent oil contract was down 2.10%, or 1.67, to trade at $77.86 a barrel.

CAD/USD rose 0.85% to 0.7914 while CAD/EUR rose 0.31% to 0.6950.

US dollar index futures were down 0.38% at 95.595.

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