Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - October 26, 2018 - October 26th 2018
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - October 26, 2018
Now that the QIS Capital Profile for International Frontier Resources Corporation (IFR:TSX-V) is online (see link in next section), QIS Capital has commenced working on the next QIS Update (issue #17 of 2018) which will soon be emailed out to subscribers.
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The most recent email update issued by QIS Capital was sent out to subscribers on October 21, 2018. QIS Update #16 introduced a new QIS Feature Company.
The official QIS Capital Feature Company Profile for International Frontier Resources (IFR:TSX-V) has now been uploaded to the QIS Capital website.
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All three of the primary indices tracked in this section of the weekly blog posted significant losses on the week. The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index fell by a substantial 38.58 points or 5.6% on the week, reaching fresh 52-week lows and levels not seen since April 2016. On Friday, the TSX Venture Composite closed at 643.58 points and is now down about 24% to date in 2018. Canada's most watched stock market index, the S&P TSX Composite Index, posted a loss of 581.84 points, falling to a new 52-week low on Friday of 14,732.03. Down over 1,050 points or 6.6% since Oct. 5, 2018, the TSX Composite closed on Friday at 14,888.26 points. In the USA, the Dow Jones Industrial Average also weakened considerably, losing a combined 756.03 points on the week to close on Friday at 24,688.31. The Dow Jones is down over 2,100 points or 8% since Oct. 3, 2018.
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