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The TSX was weighed down by a broad decline on Tuesday. Futures in Canada’s main stock index continued its downward trend that began before the weekend.

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South of the border, investors await more clarity on central banks’ monetary policy tightening path. US stocks took a few steps back coming off a public holiday following a rally that pushed the market to highs not seen in more than a year.

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The Canadian dollar traded for 75.56 cents US, compared to 75.66 cents US on Monday.

US crude futures traded $0.84 lower at $70.94 a barrel, and the Brent contract lost $0.18 to $75.91 a barrel.

The price of gold was down US$15.06 to US$ 1,937.26.

In world markets, the Nikkei was up 18.49 points to 33,388.91, the Hang Seng was down 305.81 points to 19,607.08, the FTSE was down 19.17 points to 7,569.31, and the DAX was down 89.88 points to 16,111.32.

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