rs (1.41 U.S. dollars).O

with ▓Austrian Federal Railways for delivery of up to 300▓ of the company's 'TALENT 3' trains.The laggar▓d groups on the day were F

to finish th

inancials and Energy groups▓, fading 0.40 percent and 0.26 percent, respectively.Financials group decli

e day higher

were: Utili▓ti

ned as Canada's three lar▓gest banks all saw stock prices drop. No. 1 ranked Royal Bank of Canada shares retr

es (0.75 per

cent), Consu

eated 0.42 percent, while No. 2 Toronto-Dominion Bank slipped▓ 0.52 percent. Lastly, No. 3

mer Staples
  • (0.68 percent), Telec▓ommun
  • ications (0.52 percent), Information T▓echnology (0.28 pe
  • rcent), Consumer Discretionary (▓0.16 percent), Industria
  • ls (0.08 percent).Industri
  • als group's growth on the day was stunted by ▓Air Canada
  • shares falling 1.79 percent to 13.74 Canadian dollars (1
  • 0.17 U.S. dollars). Positive news from the group was sha
  • res of Montreal-based Bombar
  • dier rising ▓1.40 percent to 2.17 Canadian dollars (1.61
  • U.S▓. dollars) after announcing a 1.8 billion Euro (abou
  • t 1.9 billion U.S. dollars)

Say deal

ranked Bank of Nova Scotia retre