Canada Shares Dip in Thin Trading

European bourses gained while Asian indexes were lower

Canada's benchmark TSE 300 index closed lower by 40.86 points to 7641.2 in thin trading. Market volatility should subside as the majority of the companies have already reported their results for the second quarter. Focus now shifts to the Canadian GDP report for May which is due for release Tuesday and the US and Canadian employment report at the end of the week.

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