Canadian Equity Movers: Gold Producers, Hummingbird (Final) Toronto, Aug. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Canadian gold shares fell with the price of bullion, while Seagram Co. and Thomson Corp. led media-related stocks higher on optimism for profit growth.
The Toronto Stock Exchange 300 Composite Index fell 10.51, or 0.15 percent, to 7042.50.
The following stocks made significant gains or losses in Canadian markets. Symbols are given in parentheses after company names.
Inflows and outflows represent the difference between the value of trades made at a higher price than the previous trade and those made at a lower price.
Such money flows show whether people are willing to pay more for a stock that's rising, or to sell a stock that's falling for less. If they aren't, it's a signal that the share price may soon change direction.
Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM CT) rose C$2.50, or 7 percent, to C$38. The Waterloo, Ontario-based maker of interactive pagers and wireless communications products was reiterated ``strong buy'' by analyst Todd Coupland at CIBC World Markets Inc. He said he expects the shares to reach C$43.50 in 12 months.