Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO – Some of the most active companies are trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Tuesday:

Toronto Stock Exchange (21,170.01, a decrease of 77 points.)

Secure Energy Services Inc. (TSX: SES). Energy. Down 58 cents, or 9.08 percent, to $ 5.81 on 10.9 million shares.

Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX: SU). Energy. Down $ 1.09, or 3.3 percent, to $ 31.96 on 10.2 million shares.

Enbridge Inc. (TSX: ENB). Energy. Down 19 cents, or 0.36 percent, to $ 52.24 on 7.8 million shares.

Harte Gold Corp. (TSX: HRT). Materials. Half a cent or 20 percent up to three cents on 7.4 million shares.

Air Canada. (TSX: AC). Industry. Up $ 1.01 or 4.39 percent to $ 24.02 on 6.8 million shares.

Royal Bank of Canada. (TSX: RY). Economy. Up $ 1.39 or 1.08 percent to $ 130.69 on 5.4 million shares.

Companies in the news:

Air Canada – Air Canada has suspended more than 800 employees for failing to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in accordance with federal regulations. The vast majority of Air Canada’s 27,000 cabin crew, customer service agents and others have received both shots. The proportions are similar to those at WestJet Airlines Ltd., where less than four percent of workers – less than 300 out of 7,300 – are unvaccinated, the company said in an email. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last month that from October 30, Ottawa would require federally regulated air, rail, and shipping companies to establish mandatory vaccination policies for employees. Air Canada sees hope on the horizon as revenues rose above 2020 levels last quarter amid stronger sales for the winter, despite continuing to operate well below pre-pandemic capacity and with a loss of hundreds of millions of dollars. Revenue nearly tripled year-over-year to $ 2.1 billion in the quarter ending Sept. 30, beating expectations by more than 15 percent, according to financial market data firm Refinitiv. Capacity also increased by 87 per cent. However, revenue fell more than 60 percent below Air Canada’s figures for the third quarter of 2019, while capacity remained two-thirds below as the fallout from COVID-19 continues to affect airlines’ bottom lines.

Bausch Health Companies Inc. (TSX: BHC). Down $ 3.27 or 9.3 percent to $ 32. Bausch Health Companies Inc. says the listed offering of the company’s aesthetic medical equipment business may come as early as next month, followed shortly after by the listing of their eye care business. The Quebec-based company – which had previously announced the public offerings – says Solta Medical IPO will come in December or January, while Bausch + Lomb will follow about 30 days later, subject to market conditions and other necessary approvals. Bausch revealed the time when it reported a third-quarter profit of US $ 188 million or 52 cents per share, up from US $ 71 million or 20 cents per share a year earlier. Excluding non-recurring items such as proceeds from the sale of Amoun Pharmaceutical Co., its adjusted profit fell 11 percent to $ 417 million or $ 1.16 per share. per share compared to $ 469 million or $ 1.32 per share. share in the third quarter of 2020 Revenue for the three months ended September 30 fell about one percent to $ 2.11 billion from $ 2.14 billion. Bausch was expected to report an average adjusted earnings of $ 1.04 per share of $ 2.16 billion in revenue, according to financial data firm Refinitiv.

Thomson Reuters (TSX: TRI). Down 46 cents to $ 146.33. Thomson Reuters reported a loss in its most recent quarter due to a decline in the value of its investment in the London Stock Exchange Group, but revenue increased higher compared to a year ago. The company, which carries its books in U.S. dollars, says it lost $ 240 million or 49 cents a year. diluted stock for the quarter ending Sept. 30, compared to a profit of $ 241 million or 48 cents per share. diluted stock a year ago. Revenue was $ 1.53 billion, up from $ 1.44 billion in the same quarter last year. On an adjusted basis, which precludes the change in the value of the company’s LSEG investment, as well as other adjustments, Thomson Reuters says it earned 46 cents per share. share for its most recent quarter compared to an adjusted profit of 39 cents per share. share a year earlier. Thomson Reuters also raised its full-year revenue expectation. The company says it now expects the company’s total revenue to grow by 4.5 to five percent this year compared to previous expectations of growth between four and 4.5 percent.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on November 2, 2021.


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