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* TSX down 94.69 points, or 0.62 percent, at 15,096.67
* Nine of the TSX’s 10 main groups fall; energy up 0.5 pct
TORONTO, July 28 (Reuters) - Canada’s main stock index pulled back on Friday, weighed by slips in heavyweight financial stocks and most of its consumer names despite strong domestic data, while plane and train maker Bombardier Inc surged after reporting a surprise profit.
At 10:21 a.m. ET (1421 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index was down 94.69 points, or 0.62 percent, at 15,096.67.
The index, which has lagged global peers so far this year as its large energy group has weighed, is on track for a 0.6 percent slip on the week.
Bombardier jumped 5.4 percent to C$2.54 after posting its first quarterly profit in two years and saying it expects 2017 earnings before interest and tax to come in at the higher end of its forecast.
On the other side of the ledger, First Quantum Minerals fell 2.8 percent to C$13.60 after reporting a loss versus expectations of profit.
Consumer names dragged, even as data showed Canada’s economy accelerated far more than expected in May.
Auto supplier Magna International Inc fell 2.2 percent to C$59.22 and convenience store operator Alimentation Couche Tard Inc lost 1.7 percent to C$59.91.
Banks also weighed, with Royal Bank of Canada down 0.9 percent at C$92.41 and Toronto-Dominion Bank losing 0.9 percent to C$63.66, even as bond yields rose.
The energy group was the only one of the index’s 10 main sectors to rise on the day, adding 0.5 percent as crude oil prices reached new two-months highs.
The country’s No.2 pipeline company, TransCanada Corp , gained 1 percent to C$64.20 after reporting better-than-expected profit, while its No.2 integrated oil producer and refiner, Imperial Oil Ltd, slipped 0.3 percent to C$37.11 after reporting a smaller second-quarter loss and higher revenue.
Satellite and surveillance company MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd rose 4 percent to C$66.09 after shareholders in the company and its acquisition target DigitalGlobe Inc approved those plans. The deal still requires U.S. regulatory approval.
Hudson’s Bay Co edged higher, up 0.3 percent at C$10.80, after confirming plans to open first namesake department store in Canada in at least five years. (Reporting by Alastair Sharp; Editing by Nick Zieminski)
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