CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls as resource shares drag
* TSX down 100.85 points at 11,607.
* Weak energy, gold prices weigh
* G20 summit fails to lift market (Adds details, quotes)
By Claire Sibonney
TORONTO, June 28 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index fell broadly on Monday, driven lower by commodity weakness in general and a steep drop in gold prices in particular.
Gold retreated 1 percent on a technical sell-off and a decline in safe-haven buying after an initial rally that might have lifted gold to a record high fizzled.[GOL/]
"I think the biggest movement today was a strong reversal in the precious metal sector," said Francis Campeau, broker at MF Global Canada in Montreal.
Gold-mining stocks were down 1.3 percent with shares of Barrick Gold ABX.TO falling 0.5 percent to C$47.86, and Goldcorp Inc (G.TO: Quote) losing 0.8 percent to C$46.74.
U.S. crude oil futures also ended lower as Tropical Storm Alex in the Gulf of Mexico took a path that was little threat to oil and natural gas production. [O/R] Continued...