Canada Stocks Fall When Trade Close; S & P / TSX Composite Index Declines 0.61%
Investing.com – Canadian stocks were down at Friday’s close as losses in, and sectors propelled stocks lower.
At the close in Toronto, the decline of 0.61%.
The biggest winners of the session were New Gold Inc (TSX :), which rose 5.48% or 0.080 points to trade at 1.540 on the close. Methanex Corporation (TSX 🙂 added 4.36% or 2.30 points to end at 55.08 and Ballard Power Systems Inc (TSX 🙂 rose 3.91% or 0.75 points to 19.95 at the end of the session.
Biggest losers included NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSX :), which lost 9.38% or 0.685 points to trade at 6.615 at the end of the session. Denison Mining Company (TSX 🙂 lost 7.41% or 0.16 points to end at 2.00 and Cameco Corp (TSX 🙂 lost 6.63% or 2.02 points to 28.45.
Falling stocks outnumbered rising 608 to 367 stocks and 122 remained unchanged on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The, which measures the implied volatility of S & P / TSX composite options, was unchanged at 0% at 11.27.
In commodities trading, gold futures for December delivery fell 0.20% or 3.60 to $ 1,753.10 per troy ounce. Meanwhile, crude oil for October delivery fell 0.73% or 0.53 to $ 72.03 a barrel, while the November Brent oil contract fell 0.36% or 0 , 27 to trade at $ 75.40 per barrel.
CAD / USD lost 0.46% to 0.7847, while CAD / EUR lost 0.13% to 0.6690.
The US Dollar Index Futures rose 0.26% to 93.162.