TSX to Start Little Changed Amid Mixed Commodities, Corporate Earnings

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The Canadian benchmark index may start the first trading day of the week slightly changed, after hovering in record territory last week, amid a slew of corporate earnings reports and mixed commodities.

September futures on the S&P TSX index were up 0.04%.

Canadian companies that have released earnings include Canadian Utilities (CU.TO) and ATCO (ACO-X.TO).

Energy stocks are expected to trade under pressure, with crude oil down 0.80% at US$101.27 a barrel. Miners, on the other hand, may get a lift from rising gold prices that have benefited from the worsening geopolitical crisis in Russia and Ukraine, with reports of fresh rounds of European sanctions on Russia.



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