CANADA STOCKS-TSX stumbles as Greece concerns weigh
* TSX down 16.41 points, or 0.13 pct, at 12,560.87
* Seven of 10 sectors lower
* Weak oil pressures TSX energy shares
By Jennifer Kwan
TORONTO, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Canada's resource-heavy main stock index was lower on Monday morning as oil prices weakened on growing fears that Greece will not be able to avoid a messy debt default.
The index's key energy sector led the market lower, falling 0.2 percent as oil prices dropped as traders and investors worried that a failure to agree on a new debt deal for Greece would suppress demand in the euro zone.
Suncor Energy fell 0.1 percent to C$34.86, and Canadian Natural Resources dropped 0.7 percent to C$40.57.
Greek political leaders had still not agreed on Monday to accept deeply unpopular public wage cuts and other painful measures that international lenders are demanding as a condition of a second Greek bailout. Athens needs to secure a bailout to avoid a disorderly default.
Greece's slow progress to sort out the Greek mess has angered the country's European partners and undermined investor confidence across all markets. Continued...