TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:
Toronto Stock Exchange (11,704.74, down 155.91 points):
Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD). Miner. Down $1.08, or 8.48 per cent, at $11.66 on 11,909,483 shares.
Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Down 31 cents, or 2.26 per cent, at $13.42 on 10,448,890 shares.
Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Down 45 cents, or 1.49 per cent, at $29.77 on 6,841,023 shares.
Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Down 51 cents, or 6.17 per cent, at $7.75 on 6,581,848 shares.
Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Transportation equipment. Down 11 cents, or 2.74 per cent, at $3.90 on 5,779,415 shares. Shares are down despite the company’s assurance that electoral upheaval in Europe and the possibility that Mitt Romney will win the White House won’t hurt its chances to win new railway contracts.
Silver Wheaton Corp. (TSX:SLW). Miner. Down 87 cents, or 3.19 per cent, at $26.43 on 5,643,577 shares.
TSX Venture Exchange (1,338.37, down 59.05 points):
CGX Energy Inc. (TSXV:OYL). Oil and gas. Down 73.5 cents, or 70 per cent, at 31.5 on 15,645,735 shares.
The Futura Loyalty Group Inc. (TSXV:FUT). Marketing and rewards. Down 0.5 cents, or 50 per cent, at 0.5 cents on 11,031,500 shares.
Companies reporting major news:
Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B). Telecommunication. Down 32 cents, or 0.88 per cent, at $36.09 on 2,120,041 shares. Rogers announced Tuesday that it has partnered with U.S.-based biomedical engineering company Exmovere Holdings Inc., for the launch of digital pyjamas for babies, called Exmobaby, later this year. The machine-washable outfit has embedded sensors and a AAA-battery powered wireless transmitter that beams information to a computer, smartphone or tablet.
Magna International Inc. (TSX:MG). Infrastructure engineering. Down 28 cents, or 0.65 per cent, at $42.57 on 665,774 shares. The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan said Tuesday it plans to withhold votes for all directors who served on the board when the controversial decision was made in 2010 to buy out founder Frank Stronach’s controlling stake for US$863 million and collapse the company’s dual-class share structure.