Canadian Stocks Fall to Pare Weekly Gain as Financials, Oil DropBy
Jump in U.S. retail sales boosts Fed rate hike speculation
Buyout firm Onex posts first-quarter loss wider than expected
Canadian stocks fell, clawing back a weekly gain, as financial shares and energy producers declined with the price of crude, after U.S. retail data jumped the most in a year and spurred bets on higher interest rates.
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