CANADA STOCKS-TSX's recent gains unravel as energy shares drag
* TSX falls 250.18 points to 10,394.78
* Slide follows four weeks of gains
* Energy shares fall 3.4 pct, lead selloff (Adds details, official numbers and comments)
By Frank Pingue
TORONTO, June 15 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index closed lower on Monday as falling commodity prices sent the resource-heavy index into a broad-based retreat that nearly wiped out the gains made over the past two weeks.
The weighty energy sector suffered the biggest selloff with a 3.4 percent drop in the face of oil prices that fell nearly 2 percent after nearing an eight-month high last week.
Shares of Suncor Energy SU.TO finished down 4 percent at C$37.47, while Canadian Natural Resources CNQ.TO shares followed with a slide of 3.6 percent to C$62.40.
The lower start to the week follows four straight weekly gains for the TSX and erased most of the 2.6 percent gain logged over the past two weeks.
Prices for oil and gold, both key Canadian exports, were dealt a blow by a U.S. dollar, which rallied after Russia expressed confidence in the greenback as the world's reserve. [ID:nN15224944] Continued...