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Stockhouse @ the Bell: Global stocks flat

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| April 4, 2019


This week’s rally behind Canada’s main stock index took a pause on Thursday as most sectors traded lower, pushing the TSX flat. Wall Street wasn’t much better, as investors were denied any signs of progress with the ongoing trade talks with China. European markets also saw further signs that the year has been off to a limp start, after a report form Germany found that industrial orders fell at their sharpest rate in more than two years.

The S&P/TSX Composite Index was up 31.75 points to 16,311.61, and the TSX Venture Exchange was down 1.19 points to 626.19.

The Canadian dollar was down $0.0006, remaining at 75 cents.

Crude oil prices were down $0.32 to $62.14.

The price of gold was up $1.32 to $1293.00.

In U.S. markets; the Dow rose 166.50 points to 26,384.63, the S&P 500 added 5.99 points to 2,879.39, and the NASDAQ slipped 3.77 points to 7,891.78.

In world markets; the Nikkei grew 11.75 points to 21,724.95, the Hang Seng lost 49.99 points to 29,936.32, the FTSE slid 16.30 points to 7,401.94, and the DAX was up 33.70 points to 11,988.01.




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