The TSX will be looking for more positive reports from US financial institutions to continue its winning streak today. The Bay Street index is coming off a nine-day streak.
In early trading, Asian and European markets were subdued by news Donald Trump may push for tariffs on auto trade from the EU in a move to strong arm a better deal on agriculture.
Meanwhile, the US is hitting record-breaking numbers in oil production to start the year, which is pushing back against global crude prices. US crude is down to 51.52 a barrel.
The energy-tied Loonie is down to 75.29 cents US.
ADP job statistics for Canada are coming this morning and later today Netflix will release its quarterly earnings.