Canadian Shares Sink
In Canada, the TSE 300 index dropped 97.8 points on Friday to 8023.7. The stronger than expected U.S. Retail Sales data is a concern as traders fear the fed may not be as aggressive cutting rates going forward. Note the sell-off in the U.S. indexes. On the week, the TSE 300 managed to eke out a 42 point gain.
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