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Toronto had a major breakout

Despite months of rising markets, the bears have found it increasingly difficult to change their tune. If one wondered if there was yet another excuse investors could find to be negative, the political circus filled this void perfectly. 527 more words

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TSX rally looking stretched: UBS

The impressive rally in Canadian stocks over the past two months is looking stretched and may not last much longer, said George Vasic, strategist at UBS AG. 192 more words

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Toronto is showing signs of stirring into life.

The S&P/TSX Composite Index has taken a large “time-out” since early 2011 and has spent nearly one year in a broad horizontal trading range.  But that may be about to change.  108 more words

Market Analysis

TSX, U.S. markets jump on new eurozone rescue plan

TORONTO — The TSX saw a big triple digit bounce just after the open Friday as commodity prices rose and European leaders appeared to have made some serious progress on solving their persistent debt crisis. 137 more words


S&P/TSX rally in the offing after foreign investors exit?

A buying opportunity for the S&P/TSX Composite may be fast approaching thanks to foreign investors running for the exits on resource stocks in the past few months. 267 more words

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Don’t try to time the market, but …

One of the first things most financial experts will tell you is to never try to time the market. But investors can be forgiven for cursing themselves if they stayed put while the S&P/TSX Composite gains from the first couple of months of 2012 were wiped out by Monday. 505 more words

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'Bifurcated' TSX held back by resources

With the latest U.S. economic data suddenly showing a turn for the worse and Chinese growth continuing to be a question mark along with renewed sovereign credit fears in Spain, equity markets have taken a bit of a beating in the past few weeks, especially in the resource-heavy S&P/TSX Composite index. 240 more words

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