CANADA STOCKS-TSX pulled down by golds, but ends week higher
* TSX slips 7.38 points to 9,065.76
* Gold-miners fall with bullion price
* RIM rally helps cushion broader retreat
* Index ahead 2.8 percent on week (Adds details, comments and official numbers)
By Frank Pingue
TORONTO, April 3 (Reuters) - Toronto's main equity index slipped on Friday as an improved tone in the global economy weighed on gold prices and rattled mining issues.
The retreat ended a three-day winning streak on the TSX, but the index still recorded its fourth-straight weekly gain and remained close to three-month highs.
Actions agreed to earlier this week at the G20 summit in London sparked fresh optimism for global growth and weighed on the price of gold -- traditionally a safe-haven for nervous investors -- yanking gold-mining stocks down 7 percent.
Shares of Barrick Gold Corp ABX.TO, the main drag on the overall index, fell 6.8 percent to C$37.31, while Goldcorp G.TO followed with a slide of 5.8 percent to C$38.10. Continued...