On Thursday Aug 10 2017, the TSX fell to a one month low forced lower by a decline in oil prices and investors fleeing stocks in the face of further tensions on the North Korea issue. Financial stocks were the biggest drag on the index with Manulife Financial Stock down 4.7 percent to $24.43 (C$) despite excellent earnings and all bank stocks lower with Royal Bank of Canada leading the move down with a loss of 1.5 percent to $91.88.
The decline on Thursday was the largest decline since June 29 when the TSX fell 142 points.
Here is the Market Breadth Indicator outlook for Fri Aug 11 2017 after the close of trading on Thu Aug 10 2017.
The TSX Composite Index Market Breadth Outlook for Tomorrow is for FullyInformed Members.
TSX Composite Index – Market Breadth Outlook For Aug 11 2017
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