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The S&P/TSX Composite Index (TSX:^OSTPX) isn’t nearly as diversified as you may think. Here’s what else you should consider investing in for stability or growth.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - * The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX fell 266.18 points, or 1.62 percent, to 16,183.96. * The biggest contributor to the TSX loss was Suncor Energy with 22.4 net index points. Financials were the top sector contributor to the decline, with 88.7 net points. * Leading the index were Detour Gold Corp , up 3.4 percent, Aphria Inc , up 2.6 percent, and Canada Goose Holdings Inc , higher by 2.1 percent. * Lagging shares were Hudbay Minerals Inc , down 6.3 percent, BlackBerry Ltd, down 5.9 percent, and Shopify Inc, lower by 5.8 percent. ...
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