TSX Falls. The S&P/TSX Composite ended the month in the red as a late month sell-off, spurred on by the Federal Reserve’s FOMC statement of future rate hikes in 2018, sent equity investors heading towards the exists. Continue Reading!
After months of exceptional growth, the economy has begin to show subtle signs of fatigue despite sustained momentum in the manufacturing sector and higher valuations in commodities and resources. The S&P/TSX Composite, still lagging other global indices in Canadian dollar terms, closed at an all-time high on the second last trading day of the year, December 28th, to eventually close the year at 16,209, a price return of 6%! Continue to SPECIAL EDITION here!
TSX Up. The S&P/TSX Composite Index ended the month and the year with a bang, reaching an all-time high on the second last trading day and closing with a respectable return in 2017.Continue Reading!