Canadian stocks close to trade; S & P / TSX down 0.46% at Investing.com

Kanada Aktien waren tiefer zum Handelsschluss; S&P/TSX verlor 0,46%
© Reuters. Canadian stocks close to trade; S&P / TSX down 0.46%

Investing.com – Canadian stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, and, with prices falling.

Down 0.46% at the end of business in Toronto.

Present season’s best performance Inter pipeline fund (TSX :), which rose 29.03% or 3.89 points to close at 17.29. Meanwhile, Colliers International Group Inc Bats (TSX 🙂 added 11.98% or 14.96 points to finish at 139.87. Seven Generation Energy Ltd (TSX 🙂 was up 6.11% or 0.49 points to close at 8.51.

Worst performance of the season Aphria Inc (TSX :), which fell 27.21% or 9.080 points in late trade to end at 24.290. Canopy Growth Corp (TSX 🙂 was down 21.51% or 14.240 points to close at 51.970. Aurora Cannabis Inc (TSX 🙂 was down 20.78% or 4.980 points at 18.980.

The falling shares did not outpace the unchanged shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange at 559 to 494 and 85.

Shares of Colliers International Group Inc Bats (TSX 🙂 hit all-time highs; Rising 11.98%, or 14.96 to 139.87. Shares of Seven Generation Energy Limited (TSX 🙂 reached a 52-week high; Getting 6.11% or 0.49 to 8.51.

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 down 1.03% or $ 19.05 to $ 1,823.65 per troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery in March fell 0.70%, or $ 0.41, to $ 58.27 per barrel, while April Brent oil contract fell 0.49%, or $ 0.30, to $ 61, 17 a barrel.

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CAD / USD was up 0.5% to -0.77 USD while CAD / EUR was up 0.00% to 0.955.

The US dollar index futures was up 0.06% at 90.418.

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