By Dow Jones
TORONTO (MarketWatch) -- Listed below are the stocks expected to move during Tuesday's trading session. They are listed with Monday's closing prices.
TMX Group Inc. (X.T, C$44.35, -C$0.34, -0.8%) said third-quarter earnings were up 21% on higher revenue. Adjusted earnings were 92 Canadian cents a share, ahead of the Thomson Reuters mean estimate of 87 Canadian cents.
Iamgold Corp. (IAG, C$23.40, C$0.31, 1.3%) said it has purchased 11 million stock-warrant units of Bellhaven Copper and Gold Inc. (BHV.V) for C$6 million, giving it a 10.04% stake.
Aecon Group Inc. (ARE.T, C$9.19, C$0.09, 1.0%) said third-quarter adjusted earnings improved to 49 Canadian cents a share from 37 Canadian cents.
Fortress Paper Ltd. (FTP.T, C$34.60, -C$2.14, -5.8%) posted a third-quarter adjusted loss of 54 Canadian cents a share compared with an adjusted profit of 28 Canadian cents a year earlier.
Aimia (AIM.T, C$11.24, -C$0.07, -0.6%) and Brazil's Multiplus SA (MPLU3.BR) have agreed to create a new loyalty marketing services company in Brazil. Each will hold a 50% stake in the venture.
Finning International Inc. (FTT.T, C$23.80, -C$0.59, -2.4%) said third-quarter earnings fell to 21 Canadian cents a share from 37 Canadian cents, hurt by a system implementation and strike in British Columbia, which reduced earnings by 25 Canadian cents a share. Revenue was up 10% to C$1.33 billion.
Taseko Mines Ltd. (TGB, C$3.73, C$0.03, 0.8%) said its New Prosperity gold-copper project in British Columbia has entered the environmental assessment process. A panel review by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is to be completed within one year.
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (SNC.T, C$50.98, C$0.99, 2.0%) said it has received a contract worth more than C$650 million from an unidentified major oil-sands mining producer in the Fort McMurray region of Alberta.
Niko Resources Ltd. (NKO.T, C$54.39, -C$0.30, -0.6%) said it has signed a multi-year depwater rig contract in Indonesia. The four-year contract, plus one-year adoption, is worth more than C$700 million.