TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada's primary stock index fell about Friday, because components plus stamina shares followed commodity costs lower, following Washington failed to reach a deal to avoid U.S. budget cuts. There have been popular worries which the spending cuts might weaken the economy of the United States, that is Canada's biggest trading partner. The components sector, including a few of the world's largest gold miners, was the biggest fat found on the index. Barrick Gold Corp dropped 3.4 % to C$ 25.20 because bullion costs slumped. …
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