May 25 (Reuters) – Futures for Canada’s main stock indexes rose higher on Monday, in line with global markets, supported by optimism over countries around the world that continue to reduce locking measures.
June futures on the S & P / TSX index rose 0.9% at 7:00 ET.
The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S & P / TSX composite index rose 0.19% to 14,913.64 on Friday.
U.S. Market closed for Remembrance Day.
The gold concentrate container owned by Twiga Minerals, a subsidiary of Tanzania’s Barrick Gold Corp, has been cleared for export, four months after the government lifted the export ban imposed during a tax dispute, a mineral ministry official told Reuters.
ANALYST RESEARCH SUMMARY
CAE Inc: TD Securities cut its target price to C $ 20 from C $ 23.
Innergex Renewable Energy Inc.: BMO cut its target price to $ 19.50 from $ 20.00.
Well Health Technologies Corp.: Eight Capital raised its target price to C $ 3.50 from C $ 2.50
COMMODITIES At 7:00 ET
Gold futures: $ 1727.5; -0.46%
U.S. crude oil: $ 33.54; + 0.87%
Brent crude: $ 35.2; + 0.2%
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