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TSX declines as investors are cautious ahead of Fed TORONTO: Canada's main stock index slipped on Wednesday as investors were nervous ahead of Federal Reserve comments expected to clarify the U.S. central bank's plans to raise interest rates.The Fed is expected to release a statement this afternoon, which will be followed by a press conference by Chair Janet Yellen.Oil prices slumped on increasing crude inventories, pressuring shares of energy producers.Investors refrained from taking big positions ahead of the Fed statement."The market is struggling. Investors are sitting and watching. There's not a lot of buying enthusiasm," said Douglas Davis, vice chairman at Davis-Rea.He said he did not expect any dramatic policy shift from the Fed anytime soon, as long as the U.S. dollar remained strong.The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 30.60 points, or 0.21 percent, at 14,867.93. Seven of the 10 main index sectors were in the red.Financials, the most heavily weighted sector, declined. Toronto Dominion Bank ...

Europe shares rise, US falls before Fed statement NEW YORK: Stocks on Wall Street slipped and shares in Europe rose on Wednesday, reflecting a policy divergence between the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, while oil prices fell as data indicated U.S. crude inventories were at a new record high.U.S. stocks were lower ahead of the Fed's highly anticipated policy statement at 2 p.m. (1800 GMT) and news conference half an hour later, with the U.S. central bank expected to lay the ...
Dow, S&P end lower on Fed nerves; Nasdaq ends up NEW YORK: The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday as commodity-related shares declined and nervousness increased ahead of a Federal Reserve statement, while the Nasdaq edged higher. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 129.98 points, or 0.72 percent, to 17,847.44, the S&P 500 lost 7.02 points, or 0.34 percent, to 2,074.17 and the Nasdaq Composite added 7.93 points, or 0.16 percent, to 4,937.44. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Oil-share bounce helps TSX edge higher ahead of Fed TORONTO: Canada's main stock index rose slightly on Tuesday, lifted by a small bounce-back in oil producers, as investors anxiously awaited a US Federal Reserve statement on its policy outlook. After being beaten down for months, energy shares rose, shrugging off rising crude inventories that renewed worries about a global supply glut and sent the price of US crude to a six-year low on Tuesday. Market focus was on a two-day Federal Open Market Committee ...
Stocks fall alongside oil; euro up for 2nd straight day NEW YORK: Stocks mostly fell on Tuesday as the Federal Reserve opened a two-day policy meeting, which is being closely watched for signs of when the US central bank will raise interest rates. Trading was volatile in other asset classes. Crude oil prices edged lower and remained on track for their eighth decline in the past nine sessions, but were well off lows of the day.The US dollar index turned flat, rebounding off earlier weakness. ...
TSX declines on oil oversupply worries; Fed eyed TORONTO: Canada's main stock index dropped on Tuesday as fresh concerns about oversupply hit oil prices and shares of energy producers, while the market remained focused on the outcome of a crucial Federal Reserve policy meeting.Rising inventories renewed worries about a global supply glut, sending the price of U.S. crude to a six-year low.Investors hope that the two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting that got underway on Tuesday would help shed light on when the ...
Equities rise as euro recovers and dollar weakens NEW YORK: A long-awaited recovery in the euro boosted stock markets around the world on Monday as strength in the currency corresponded with a drop in the US dollar that eased concerns about the greenback's impact on corporate profits. Oil prices, meanwhile, fell again, with US crude hitting a six-year low on worries about over-supply. The euro, which has lost roughly a quarter of its value against the dollar since mid-2014, fell to its lowest ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,776.12 1.11
Arrow Nasdaq 4,900.89 0.94
Arrow S&P 2,067.89 0.88
Arrow FTSE 6,773.04 1.72
Arrow DAX 11,966.17 0.99
Arrow CAC-40 5,033.64 0.98
Arrow Nikkei 19,206.99 1.05
Arrow H.Seng 24,900.89 0.81
Arrow Sensex 27,957.49 0.07

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