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TSX Down 61 Points as Trump-Kim Summit End With No Deal; Commodities, Financials, Dip

The TSX is down 61 points this morning, on mixed sectors. Miners and energy are both in the red, shedding 1.2% and 0.86% respectively. Precious metals are in negative territory, with gold down 0.15% to US$1,319.20.

The financials sector is also in the red -- down 0.83%. CIBC (CM.TO) and TD (TD.TO) both reported earnings misses this morning.

Healthcare/cannabis stocks are the biggest gainer, up 2.16%, followed by the utilities sector (+0.65%).

Meanwhile the US/North Korea Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam ended after US President Trump said he waked away from talks because of the North Korean demands.

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