Nikkei Plunges on Earnings Jitters

Canada shares are still bruised by U.S. unemployment data; Europe markets close down on narrower losses

Canada's benchmark TSE 300 lost 24.1 points to 7344.70, on the heels of the U.S unemployment report. Of the 14 subindices, only pipelines and conglomerates issues rose, while the metals and minerals sector slid.

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