Canada stocks rose as trade closed; S & P / TSX Composite Index up 0.05%

[ad_1] – Canadian stocks were higher at Friday’s close, as gains in, and sectors propelled stocks higher.

At the close in Toronto, the index increased 0.05%.

The biggest winners of the session were Energy fuels inc. (TSX :), which rose 5.23% or 0.520 points to trade at 10.470 on the close. Transcontinental inc (TSX 🙂 added 4.66% or 0.90 points to end at 20.20 and NexGen Energy Ltd. (TSX 🙂 was up 4.07% or 0.230 points to 5.880 at the end of the session.

Biggest losers included Canada Goose Holdings Inc (TSX :), which lost 6.19% or 2.87 points to trade at 43.53 late in the day. Lithium Americas Corp (TSX 🙂 was down 5.36% or 2.00 points to end at 35.31 and Docebo Inc (TSX 🙂 lost 3.79% or 2.63 points to 66.84.

The rising stocks topped the falling stocks 582 to 446 and 114 finished unchanged on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

The, which measures the implied volatility of S & P / TSX compound options, rose 3.35% to 17.61.

In commodities trading, gold futures for February delivery rose 0.36% or 6.45 to $ 1,795.65 per troy ounce. Meanwhile, crude oil for February delivery fell 0.67% or 0.53 to $ 78.93 a barrel, while the March Brent oil contract fell 0.24% or 0. 20 to trade at $ 81.79 per barrel.

CAD / USD rose 0.77% to 0.7914, while CAD / EUR rose 0.18% to 0.6966.

The US Dollar Index Futures lost 0.62% to 95.733.


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