Canada’s main stock index was down again today after enduring its biggest loss in five months on Friday.
After 90 minutes of trading this morning, the Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index fell 40.43 points at 15,493.04.
At the same time, the main U.S. indexes also declined slightly.
In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average lost 3.74 points at 20,818.02, the S&P 500 shed 0.26 point at 2,367.08 and the Nasdaq composite was down 0.69 point at 5,844.61.
The Canadian dollar was at 76.36 cents U.S., up 0.08 of a cent from Friday’s close.
The April crude contract was up 23 cents at $54.22 (U.S.) per barrel and April natural gas was down 10 cents at $2.69 per mmBTU.
The April gold contract was up $2.00 at $1,260.30 an ounce and May copper was down a cent at $2.70 a pound.
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