CANADA STOCKS-TSX gains 1 pct on stronger resources, banks
* TSX up 115.40 points, or 1.01 pct, at 11,521.35
* Recovers from near 2 pct drop, lowest level since Feb.9
* Nine of 10 sectors higher
* Index down 4 percent for the week (Adds details)
By Jennifer Kwan
TORONTO, May 21 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index ended a six-session losing streak on Friday, led higher by resources and bank shares, as some positive developments in Europe and recent price declines helped spur investor buying.
The resource-heavy index fought back from a 14-week low touched earlier on Friday, led by a 1.7 percent rise in the hefty energy sector, while materials moved up by 0.7 percent. Financials climbed 0.9 percent.
"We were due for a short-term trading bounce," said John Johnston, chief strategist for Harbour Group at RBC Dominion Securities.
"The selloff was getting extended, which means in the short term maybe the bad news was getting a little over-discounted," he said. Continued...