TSX closes lower on energy share drop, up on week

TORONTO (Reuters) – Toronto’s main stock index finished lower for the first time this year on Friday, as resource and financial issues fell after Canadian and U.S. jobs data failed to impress investors. The market initially rose on data that showed the U.S. economy added 200,000 jobs in December and the jobless rate dipped to a near three-year low. But on second glance Friday’s report underwhelmed in the wake of Thursday’s standout private sector ADP report. …