New Closing Record for TSX

It was another weekend to celebrate not only summer, but yet another all-t1me record for equities in Toronto, spirited up mostly by energy and consumer interests.

The TSX Composite index vaulted 88.88 points to end Friday and the week at 20,138.35 another all-time record for the exchange. The gain on the past five sessions was 109 points, or 0.54%.

The Canadian dollar erased 0.43 cents to 82.23 cents U.S.

Among energy stocks, Tourmaline Oil gained $2.47, or 8.1%, to $33.17, while Arc Resources picked up 20 cents, or 2%, to $10.11.

In the industrial sector, Brookfield Business Partners added $2.27, or 4.3%, to $55.07, while Ballard Power Systems increased 51 cents, or 2.4%, to $22.15.

In the consumer discretionary field, Canada Goose Holdings leaped $2.12, or 4.4%, to $50.32, while Dollarama hiked $1.53, or 2.8%, to $55.91.

In resource stocks, Sandstorm Gold docked 23 cents, or 2.1%, to $10.87, while … Read more

Housing Figures, Manufacturing Figures Due Next Week

Monday

U.S.

Featured Earnings

NextDecade Corporation (NASDAQ: NEXT) (Q1) EPS projected for loss of seven cents, compared to loss of two cents in the prior-year quarter.

Avenue Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: ATXI) (Q1) EPS projected for loss of six cents, compared to the loss of eight cents in the prior-year quarter.

Canada

Economic Lookahead

Monthly Survey of Manufacturing (April) Manufacturing sales bounced back in March, rising 3.5% to $57.8 billion, following a 1.1% decline in February. Gains were widespread across all major industries.

Featured Earnings

GURU Organic Energy Corp. (T.GURU) (Q2) EPS projected for loss of eight cents, compared to a loss of two cents in the prior-year quarter.

HEXO Corp. (T.HEXO) (Q3) EPS projected for a loss of six cents, compared to a loss of 17 cents in the prior-year quarter.

Major Drilling Group International Inc. (T.MDI) (Q4) EPS projected for gain of nine cents, compared to a loss of … Read more