Canada Stocks Fluctuate as Investors Await More Cues From Fed

(Bloomberg) — Canadian stocks advanced, after dropping on Friday the most since February, as technology companies snapped a five-day losing streak and gold miners rebounded.The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 0.4 percent to 14,597.06 at 4 p.m. in Toronto. The benchmark gauge erased an earlier loss of as much as 0.6 percent, led by the biggest rally for tech stocks since July. Gold producers advanced, even as the metal slipped for a fourth day. Last week the benchmark turned in the worst weekly decline since May. It’s year-to-date gain now sits at 12 percent.Stocks worldwide rebounded from a selloff on Friday across multiple asset classes as central bankers signaled reluctance to expand monetary stimulus. Following mixed signals from Federal Reserve officials on Friday, Governor Lael Brainard remained dovish in her approach to tighter monetary policy.A report Monday showed the share of Canadians expecting real-estate prices to fall has …