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Canadian stocks end three-day winning streak on trade war worry

Canadian stocks end three-day winning streak on trade war worry
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Pot stocks were among the worst performers, while consumer staples were the best. Seven of the 11 industry groups fell, with CAE Inc. as the best performing stock after earnings beat the highest estimate.

Meanwhile, the U.S. and Canada have reached a deal to lift metals tariffs, and the agreement will take effect in “no later than two days,” according to a joint statement. Countries have agreed to lift “all tariffs the United States imposed under Section 232 on imports of steel and aluminum products from Canada” and “all tariffs Canada imposed in retaliation for the Section 232 action taken by the United States.”
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