Canada’s main stock index retreated from last week’s record high even though the energy sector was up on crude oil reaching a near seven-month high.

The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 35.53 points at 16,577.28.

In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 48.49 points at 26,511.05. The S&P 500 index was up 2.94 points at 2,907.97, while the Nasdaq composite was up 17.21 points at 8,015.27.

The Canadian dollar traded at an average of US74.89¢, up from an average of US74.73¢ on Thursday before the holiday weekend.

The June crude contract was up $1.48 at $65.55 per barrel and the June natural gas contract was up 2.3¢ at US$2.56 per mmBTU.

The June gold contract was up US$1.60 at US$1,277.60 and the May copper contract was down 1.85¢ at US$2.90 a pound.