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A 2013 photo of the TD Securities trading floor in Toronto. Bloomberg’s new ticker plant in Toronto will make its data delivery time 71 per cent faster, but it will still be too slow for high-frequency traders.
A 2013 photo of the TD Securities trading floor in Toronto. Bloomberg’s new ticker plant in Toronto will make its data delivery time 71 per cent faster, but it will still be too slow for high-frequency traders.
(Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Friday's small-cap stocks to watch

Inside the Market’s roundup of some of the Canadian small caps making news and on the move today. This post will be updated during the trading day.

Avigilon Corp. missed estimates as it reported a second-quarter EPS of 6 cents and a fully diluted EPS of 12 cents compared to analyst expectations of 16 cents. The company reported that revenues had risen 66 per cent to a record $65.2-million from the year prior, while adjusted EBITDA was also 61 per cent higher. Excluding foreign exchange and acquisition-related costs, adjusted earnings were up 49 per cent to $5.7-million compared to the year prior.