CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls on European jitters for 2nd session
* TSX falls 0.58 percent to 12,076.89
* S&P cut to Spain's debt rating rattles market
* Fed's economic view brightens, low rate vow holds
* Gold producers shine as bullion climbs (Updates to close)
By Ka Yan Ng
TORONTO, April 28 (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock index fell for a second straight day on Wednesday as worries over Europe's fiscal troubles outweighed a brief shot in the arm provided by a more upbeat U.S. Federal Reserve outlook.
Financial and energy shares were among the heavyweight sectors leading the way lower, down 1.38 percent and 0.55 percent, respectively.
Royal Bank of Canada (RY.TO: Quote), the country's biggest lender, dropped 1.34 percent to C$60.58, while Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM.TO: Quote) lost 1.25 percent to C$74.49. Suncor Energy SU.TO, Canada's biggest oil producer, dropped 1 percent to C$33.57.
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