Even when the market gets what the market wants, the news is not always warmly received
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This week the mining sector brought news of 100-carat diamonds, new discoveries, and rising full-year profits
It was another busy week for the market's oil and gas stocks.
The market can expect an increase in global supply to ease tightness and higher prices..
FTSE 100 in London reached a new all-time high shortly after market open
While President Trump’s decision was widely expected, many analysts feel it was not priced in; hence the spike in price mid-week.
Tesla was a top decliner of the day after its CEO's comments to investors on a earnings call
All major U.S. indices were down by Monday's closing bell, dragged lower by telecom stocks
A slew of merger news to keep the market busy today ....
A long list of heavyweights are set to release their results before and after the bell
The OTCmarkets were down slightly in Monday afternoon trading
Markets took their cue from a report that President Trump is not a target in the Mueller probe
A look at the day's major movers and the likely reasons why they are moving
The March jobs figures, underwhelming though they were, briefly took investors' minds off the posturing between the US and China but by the afternoon traders were closing out positions ahead of the weekend
A look at the day's fast-moving stocks, including controversial fintech Longfin
A look at the Wall Street and Canada markets as the Wednesday session continues
Facebook shares bounce back 4.4% after a tough week
A look back at some of the more interesting stories from the junior market this week
This week the mining sector brought news of boosted resources, mine acquisitions, and production records
It was another busy week for the oil and gas sector.
This week saw a UK gas shortage, new discoveries, and share placings
In early trading on Friday, Brent crude was priced above US$68 with WTI holding around US$63 a barrel.
At the close of the first week of January 2017, Brent crude was priced below US$57 with WTI trading at less than US$54 a barrel. What a difference a year makes!
The OPEC president and Saudi Arabian energy minister Khalid Al-Falih was upbeat as he delivered the news
A look back at some of the more interesting stories on the junior market this week...