Canada Stocks Fall When Trade Close; S & P / TSX Composite Index Down 2.24%
Investing.com – Canadian stocks were down at Friday’s close as losses in, and sectors propelled stocks lower.
At the close in Toronto, the index was down 2.24%.
The biggest winners of the session were Cargojet Inc (TSX :), which rose 1.34% or 2.33 points to trade at 176.34 at the close. Docebo Inc (TSX 🙂 added 1.23% or 1.12 points to end at 91.89 and Northland Power Inc . (TSX 🙂 was up 0.81% or 0.32 points to 39.05 at the end of the session.
Biggest losers included Air Canada (TSX :), which lost 9.05% or 2.11 points to trade at 21.21 at the end of the session. MEG Energy Corp (TSX 🙂 was down 8.69% or 1.04 points to end at 10.93 and Crescent Point Energy Company . (TSX 🙂 lost 8.10% or 0.50 point to 5.67.
The declining stocks outnumbered the rising 988 to 131 and 71 stocks ended unchanged on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The, which measures the implied volatility of S & P / TSX composite options, rose 41.70% to 17.16.
In commodities trading, gold futures for December delivery rose 0.40% or 7.10 to $ 1,791.40 per troy ounce. Meanwhile, crude oil for January delivery fell 13.04% or 10.22 to $ 68.17 a barrel, while the January Brent oil contract fell 11.32% or 9 , 31 to trade at $ 72.91 per barrel.
CAD / USD lost 0.84% to 0.7837, while CAD / EUR lost 1.78% to 0.6925.
The US Dollar Index Futures lost 0.82% to 96.078.