Investing.com – Canadian stocks rose at Monday’s closing price. This is due to the rise in and the sector pushing up stock prices.
At the end of Toronto, 1.20% was added.
The biggest winner of the above session is Crescent Point Energy Corporation .. (TSX :), rose 9.23% or 0.52 points and traded at 6.21 at the closing price. Dye & Durham Ltd (TSX :) added 8.51% or 3.29 points and finished at 41.96. Village Farms International Inc. (TSX :) rose 7.95% or 0.63 points to 8.55 in late trading.
Contains the biggest losers The real thing Inc (TSX :) lost 4.42% or 0.35 points to trade at 7.57 in the second half of the deal. Birch Cliff Energy Co., Ltd. .. (TSX :) fell 2.38% or 0.155 points, ending at 6.355. Tourmaline Oil Corporation .. (TSX :) Down 2.32% or 0.95 points to 40.05.
On the Toronto Stock Exchange, rising stocks surpassed falling stocks from 699 to 335, with 90 shares closing flat.
The implied volatility measurement for S & P / TSX composite options was down 7.09% to 15.72.
In commodity trading, February gold futures fell 0.17% (2.95) to $ 1780.95 per troy ounce. Meanwhile, January crude oil rose 4.23% (2.80) to $ 69.06 a barrel, while Brent crude oil in February rose 4.06% (2.84) to $ 72.72 a barrel.
CAD / USD rose 0.71% to 0.7839 and CAD / EUR rose 1.01% to 0.6948.
USD index futures rose 0.17% at 96.282.
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Canada has a high share at the end of the transaction. S & P / TSX composite increased by 1.20%
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