Canadian stocks close to trade; S&P / TSX down 1.31% on

© Reuters.  Kanada Aktien waren tiefer zum Handelsschluss; S&P/TSX verlor 1,31%
© Reuters. Canadian stocks close to trade; S&P / TSX down 1.31% – Canadian stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, and at lower prices.

It was down 1.31% at the end of business in Toronto.

The best performance of the session was BlackBerry Limited (TSX :), which rose 39.36% or 9.36 points to close at 33.14. Canada Fart Holdings Inc (TSX 🙂 meanwhile ended at 46.84, adding 8.83% or 3.80 points. Canopy Growth Corp (TSX 🙂 rose 8.65% or 3,890 points to close at 48,880.

The worst performance of the session was Arinia Pharmaceuticals Inc (TSX :), which fell 7.09% or 1.58 points to close at 20.72. Borlax Inc (TSX 🙂 closed down 5.54% or 2.93 points at 49.93. Magazine Silver Corp (TSX 🙂 was down 5.00% or 1.15 points at 21.84.

The falling stocks did not outperform those on 784 to 256 and 99 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

BlackBerry Limited (TSX 🙂 shares climbed higher; Getting 39.36% or 9.36 to 33.14. Shares of Canopy Growth Corp (TSX 🙂 hit a 52-week high; Getting 8.65% or 3.890 to 48.880.

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

Gold futures for February delivery fell 0.44%, or $ 8.20, to $ 1,842.70 per troy ounce. Crude oil for delivery in March rose 0.44%, or $ 0.23, to $ 52.84 a barrel in the commodities business, while the April Brent oil contract fell 0.13%, or $ 0.07, to $ 55.57 a barrel.

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CAD / USD was down 0.60% to 0.7829, while CAD / EUR fell 0.19% to 0.6464.

US Dollar Index futures were up 0.44% at 90.547.

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