Bay Street Likely To Open With Positive Bias
The Canadian market is likely to open with a positive bias on Friday, tracking higher crude oil prices.
Amid a lack of fresh triggers on the economic or earnings front, movements are likely to be a bit sluggish at times.
Worries about China's Covid surge might hurt sentiment and limit market's upside.
The Canadian market ended modestly higher on Thursday after a highly lackluster session as investors largely refrained from making significant moves amid a lack of fresh triggers.
The benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index ended with a gain of 61.81 points or 0.3% at 20,344.07 after moving between 20,309.15 and 20,386.69.
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