UPDATE 2-TSX pulled lower as oil, gold prices retreat
* Key index down 0.66 percent at 11,866.12
* Decline halts five-session winning streak
* Goldcorp, Barrick lead gold sector lower as bullion dips
* Market focus shifts to Friday jobs data (Updates to late morning)
By Claire Sibonney
TORONTO, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index fell on Thursday as a drop in oil, gold and other commodity prices knocked resource issues lower, ending a five-session stretch of gains for the market.
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd CNQ.TO, down 2.6 percent to C$74.25, and Suncor Energy Inc SU.TO, off 1.12 percent, played the biggest roles of any two stocks in leading the market lower.
Oil slipped from a 15-month high a day earlier, a move traders attributed to signs of tighter monetary policy in China, which sparked concerns about demand for commodities. [O/R]
"We have a little profit-taking across the board here," said said Bruce Latimer, a trader at Dundee Securities. Continued...