Factory data from the US could also give some cues for the market. However, with commodity prices staying sluggish, shares from energy and gold sections are likely to turn in another mixed performance.
On Monday, the S&P/TSX Composite Index ended up 76.60 points or 0.52% at 14,680.76, its best level of the day.
In corporate news,
In commodities, crude oil futures for July are up
Natural gas for July is up
Gold futures for August are up
Silver for July is up
In the currency market, the Canadian loonie is trading at
On the economic front, the
According to a reading from
Meanwhile, Chinese services sector activity rose to a six month high in May, with the index tracking non-manufacturing activity rising to 55.5, from 54.8 in the previous month.
According to flash estimates from Eurostat, Eurozone inflation slowed more than expected in May, declining to 0.5%, raising concerns about deflationary pressures. Inflation held below the
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