June 27, 2017

On Tuesday, the S&P 500 fell 0.8% while Toronto was down 0.2%.

Rate reset preferred shares were up as the yield on the government of Canada five year bond rose.

Couche-Tard was up 1.9% and after the close the Canadian competition regulator approved its large pending acquisition of CST brands.

Linamar was down 2.0%.

CRH Medical was down 3.4%. I notice it added $100 million to its approved credit line limit a couple of days ago. It appears that its acquisition strategy remains intact. I may add to my position.

Constellation software was down 2.3% while AutoCanada was up 2.3%.