Canada: The equity markets have finished the session higher on Wednesday; the growth sectors information Technology, Telecommunications, and public Services contributed to this increase.
With the close in Toronto, the S&P/TSX has taken a 0.05%, thus signalling a higher a month.
The best performance of the session for the S&P/TSX composite is to be put to the credit of the title Shopify Inc. (TSX:SHOP) in the increase of 6.82%, or 27,760 points for a closing price of 434,950. In the second position, we find CannTrust Holdings Inc (TSX: (TRST)) who wins 6.77 per cent is 0,4500 points for a close to 7,1000. The title Torex Gold Resources Inc (TSX:TXG) completes the top three with an increase of 3.73%, equivalent to 0,500 points for an end of session 13,900.
Gran Tierra Energy Inc. (TSX:GTE), sign the worst performance of the session, losing to 12,79%, or 0,330 points for a closing price of 2,250. New Gold Inc (TSX:NGD) abandons 4,35% is 0,040 points and ends at 0,880. For its part, HudBay Minerals Inc. (TSX:HBM) loose 3,97% 0.29 points for a closing price of 7.01.
The titles on the rise and have exceeded the number of securities decline on the Toronto stock Exchange by 561 values 476 and 134 stable.
The securities Shopify Inc. (TSX:SHOP) have progressed and reached a historical high, after having taken to 6.82%, or 27,760 points for a course of 434,950. The securities of Gran Tierra Energy Inc. (TSX:GTE) decreased and reached a historic low, having dropped 12,79%, or 0,330 points for a class of 2,250.
The S&P/TSX 60 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of options on the S&P/TSX composite index lost 2.67 per cent up to 10.92, new low of one month.
On the other hand, the gold for delivery in August gained 1,02% is 13,75 points, to $1.364,45 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in August rose 0.54% 0.29 points for a $54,40 barrel, while Brent crude for delivery in August remained stable at 0.00%, that is 0,00 points for a course of $62,22 the barrel.
The pair CAD/USD was down 0.01% to 0,7529, so that the pair CAD/EUR fell 0.03% to 0,6704.