Canada Stocks Follow Wall Street Lower

European markets finished lower; Asia stocks end mixed

Canada's benchmark TSE 300 closed down 111.4 points to 7,688.70. Of the 14 subindices, 13 closed down -- led by the Industrials (old heavy weight Nortel dropped to C$5.26, a new two-year low). Drops in the U.S. indexes were certainly weights.

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