TSX caught the worst thigh in 10 months following energy savings weigh in

TSX caught the worst thigh in 10 months following energy savings weigh in ...

As oil prices went up, the main index was dragged down by 6% of the week since late January. Until then, the coronavirus and this method was probably a prophylactic ineffective anticancer test.

At 9 o'clock ET, the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index fell 365.66 points at 21,247.52.

The energy sector is considering a four-day rally on fears that a variant, which Britain said the scientists considered the most significant found on date, would restrict travel and dampen economic growth.

"Our future market will be able to sell the world markets overnight," said Colin Cieszynski, principal market strategist at SIA Wealth Management.

The benchmark equity index's record-breaking rally paused last week due to weaker commodity prices and a resurgence in Europe that led to fresh lockdowns in the region.

The financial sector slipped 2.2 percent.

The steel industry lost 1.1% in copper prices for low price and includes specialized metal, mining and fertilizer companies.

The gold market is pounding, but this is a step.

Canadian index isn't as much down today as the USA," Cieszynski said.

HIGHLIGHTS HIGHLIGHTS.

The TSX didn't publish a new 52-week high and 4 new lows.

Each Canadian issue had four new 52 week highs and 23 new lows across all Canadian issues, total volume of 70.77 million shares.

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