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Toronto Stock Exchange

The Shanghai composite index lost 8.5 per cent Monday, giving up all its gains this year, in what has become a months-long
If your savings are tied up to any degree in Canadian stocks, you may want to take a look at your stock portfolio. Soon. Canada’s
The Toronto Stock Exchange had its best week in three years, closing the day up 121.51 points, at 14,468.26. It was the fourth
Canadian stocks took a conspicuous downward turn as news broke of a shooting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The S&P TSX Composite
The U.S. stock market is closing out its worst week in two years. Traders moved money into investments traditionally seen
Canada’s job numbers have been unimpressive, exports are still waiting for their big break, and the housing market’s health
Energy and mining stocks — especially the gold miners — led a substantial pull-back for the TSX on Tuesday as a broad-based
Canada has the worst-performing stock markets of all the G7 industrialized economies this year, and a new analysis suggests
The Toronto Stock Exchange is set to close out an underwhelming three per cent gain for 2012, which would place Canada's
North American stock markets tanked the day after President Barack Obama’s re-election, with Canada’s S&P/TSX index down