Investing.com – Canada: The equity markets have finished the session lower on Thursday; the downturn in the sectors Energy, Health, and Industry contributed to this decline.
With the close in Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index lost 1.00 per cent, thus signalling a low of one month.
The best performance of the session for the S&P/TSX composite is to be put to the credit of the title FirstService Corp (TSX:FSV), an increase of 9.03 per cent is 10,44 points for a closing price of 126,00. In the second position, we find IAMGold (TSX:IMG) who wins 2,45% 0,080 points for a close at 3,340. The title SSR Mining Inc (TSX:SSRM) completes the top three with an increase of 2.39 percent or 0,34 points to the end of the session to 14,59.
MEG Energy Corp (TSX:MEG), sign the worst performance of the session, losing 9,94% or 0.49 of a point to a closing price of 4.44. Kelt Exploration Ltd. (TSX:KEL) abandons 8.81 on or after% 0,450 points and end at 4,660. For its part, Crescent Point Energy Corp (TSX:CPG) loose 8,07% or 0.41 points for a closing price of 4.67.
The titles in the drop exceeded the number of titles up to the Toronto stock Exchange by 653 values 414 and 113 are stable.
The securities FirstService Corp (TSX:FSV) rose and reached a historical high, thanks to an increase of 9.03 per cent is 10,44 points for a course 126,00. The titles MEG Energy Corp (TSX:MEG) declined and reached a low of 52 weeks, after releasing 9,94% or 0.49 of a point to a course of 4.44.
The S&P/TSX 60 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of options on the S&P/TSX composite index, has increased from 7.00% up to 14.68.
On the other hand, the gold for delivery in June gained 0.69 per cent or 8,75 points, to $1.282,95 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in July declined from 5.29%, or 3.25 percentage points for a $58,17 the barrel, while Brent crude for delivery in July gained of 0.04% or 0.03 points for a $67,97 barrel.
The pair CAD/USD remained unchanged at 0.00% to 0,7421, so that the pair CAD/EUR fell by 0.02% to 0,6636.