CANADA STOCKS-TSX helped higher by reviving financials
* S&P/TSX composite up 0.1 percent at 11,354.51
* Financials recoup some of last week's losses
* Gold shares drop (Adds details, quotes)
By Ka Yan Ng
TORONTO, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index ended little changed on Monday as beaten-down financial and energy shares found investor interest, but falling golds limited the gains.
Four of the country's five biggest banks rose on Monday, picked up by bargain-hunters after falling much of last week, even as some uncertainty over U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to rein in big U.S. banks lingered.
Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD.TO: Quote) topped all heavyweight gainers, rising 1.15 percent to C$62.46, while Bank of Montreal (BMO.TO: Quote) rose 0.9 percent to C$52.65, and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM.TO: Quote) climbed 0.55 percent to C$64.08.
Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS.TO: Quote) rallied 1.08 percent to C$45.08 as Macquarie Equities Research upgraded Canada's third largest bank to "neutral" from "underperform."[ID:nSGE60O0KP]