Futures Flat to Begin Week business by Admin - July 5, 2021July 5, 20210 Futures for Canada’s major inventory index inched greater on Monday, monitoring regular good points in gold and oil costs, whereas volumes have been anticipated to be subdued as U.S. markets have been closed for the prolonged 4th of July weekend. The TSX Composite index gained 60.53 factors to finish Friday and the week at 20,226.11. Still, the index fell brief on the week by 4.15 factors, or 0.02%. The Canadian greenback demurred 0.07 cents to 81 cents U.S. September futures have been up 0.1% Monday. CIBC raises goal worth on AGF Management to C$8.50 from C$8.00 Cormark Securities raised the value goal on Converge Technology Solutions to $11.50 from $11.00 Scotiabank raised the goal worth on Ero Copper to $27.00 from $26.00 Cormark Securities raises goal worth on Mullen Group to $16.00 from $15.50 Overseas, in Japan, the Nikkei 225 dipped 0.6% Monday, whereas in Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index additionally plunged 0.6%. Oil costs gained 29 cents to $75.45 U.S. a barrel. Gold costs picked up $8.80 to $1,792.10 U.S. a pound ON BAYSTREET The TSX Venture Exchange gathered 7.7 factors Friday to 968.39, to complete greater by 19.88 factors on the week, or 2.1%. ON WALLSTREET American markets are closed for the Fourth of July vacation.