Prices Of Bitcoin Increased More Than Six Per Cent By End Of Day Thursday, Complemented By An Almost Four Per Cent Increase In The Price Of Ethereum. The Gains In Both Cryptocurrencies Boosted The Share Price Of Hut 8 Almost 17 Per Cent By End Of Day Thursday.

Stock surges and setbacks for the week ending Dec. 24, 2021

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Hut 8 Mining Corp. (HUT.TO) +17.2%

Prices of bitcoin elevated greater than six per cent by finish of day Thursday. This was complemented by an nearly 4 per cent enhance within the value of Ethereum. The positive factors in each cryptocurrencies boosted the share value of Hut 8, which is a bitcoin and Ethereum mining firm headquartered in Toronto. Shares of Hut 8 elevated nearly 17 per cent by finish of day Thursday. In its third-quarter fiscal 2021 outcomes, the corporate reported revenues of $50 million, up from $6 million the prior 12 months. Net earnings for the quarter surged to $23 million, up from a $900,338-net loss in 2020.

Dye & Durham Limited (DND.TO) +9.6%

Acquisition-centric Dye & Durham issued a press launch on Tuesday asserting it could purchase Australia-based Link Administration Holdings in a $3.2 billion all-cash transaction. The deal additionally offers Dye & Durham a 43 per cent possession stake in PEXA Group Limited. Investors pushed the share value up roughly 10 per cent by finish of day Thursday. In its first quarter fiscal 2022 outcomes, the corporate reported revenues of $113 million, up from $22 million in 2020. Net earnings for the quarter elevated to $22 million, from a $15 million web loss in 2020, pushed by the expansion within the high line.

Suncor Energy Inc. (SU.TO) +8.2%

The value of West Texas Intermediate, an oil benchmark, elevated from $68.61 (U.S.) on Monday to $73.79 on Thursday. Consequently, shares of Suncor elevated nearly eight per cent by finish of day Thursday. Suncor is an built-in power firm with a give attention to the Athabasca oilsands in Northern Alberta. In its third-quarter fiscal 2021 outcomes, Suncor reported revenues of $10.2 billion, up from $6.5 billion the prior 12 months. Overall web revenue for the quarter was $877 million, up from a $12-million web loss in 2020.

Teck Resources Limited (TECK-B.TO) +6.2%

Based in Vancouver, B.C., Teck Resources acquires, develops and produces pure assets all over the world. Its segments embrace steelmaking coal, copper, zinc and power, with the vast majority of its revenues coming from its coal division. In its third-quarter fiscal 2021 outcomes, the corporate reported revenues of $4 billion, up from $2.3 billion the prior 12 months. Overall web revenue for the quarter surged to $840 million, from $25 million, pushed by the expansion within the high line. Investors pushed the share value up greater than six per cent by Thursday.

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. (WFG.TO) +4.3%

Lumber costs fell from $1,044 (U.S.) on Monday to $1,005 on Tuesday, earlier than climbing to $1,045 on Thursday. Despite the fluctuation in lumber costs, shares of West Fraser Timber elevated all through the week, consistent with market-wide optimism because of subsiding fears of the brand new COVID-19 variant. Shares of West Fraser closed roughly 4 per cent larger on Thursday. In its third-quarter fiscal 2021 outcomes, the corporate reported revenues of $2.4 billion, up from $1.3 billion the prior 12 months. Net earnings elevated to $460 million, from $262 million pushed by the expansion within the high line.

Bank of Montreal (BMO.TO) +2.9%

BMO made waves on Monday when it introduced it could purchase Bank of the West and its subsidiaries from BNP Paribas. BMO will purchase the San Francisco-based financial institution for $16.3 billion (U.S.) which provides practically 1.8 million prospects and greater than 500 branches to BMOs portfolio. In its fiscal 2021 outcomes, BMO reported whole revenues of $27.2 billion (CAD), up from $25.2 billion the prior 12 months. Overall web earnings elevated to $7.8 billion, from $5.1 billion in 2020. Investors pushed the share value up nearly three per cent by finish of day Thursday.

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