TORONTO — The Toronto stock market finished in the red as pessimism about the latest Chinese growth figures added to worries about a slowing global economy.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 11,425.47 -119.17 -1.0%S&P 500 — 1334.76 -6.69 -0.5Dow — 12573.27 -31.26 -0.3Nasdaq — 2866.19 -21.79 -0.8The S&P/TSX composite index lost 119.17 points to 11,425.47. The Canadian dollar rose 0.12 of a cent to 98.17 cents US.New York’s Dow Jones industrials closed down 31.26 points to 12,573.27. The Nasdaq composite index shed 21.79 points to 2,866.19 and the S&P 500 declined 6.69 points to 1,334.76.Oil closed up 27 cents to US$86.08 a barrel.The latest Chinese economic growth data comes out tomorrow.The report is expected to show second quarter growth fell as low as 7.3%, down from the previous quarter’s nearly three-year low of 8.1%. The slowdown is a setback for economies around the world that were looking to China to drive demand for exports and support global growth.Here’s the news investors were watching today:Uh oh! Now even Warren Buffett is sounding bearish on U.S. economySprott sees gold at new high before year-endSpain’s bailout forces mountain of losses on bank clientsON DECK FRIDAYECONOMIC NEWSChina releases Q2 GDP data UNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Producer Price Index (June): Economists expect decline of 0.5% from the month before, 0.2% year over year 9:55 a.m.University of Michigan consumer sentiment index (July): Economists expect a reading of 73.5 CORPORATE NEWSCANADAThomson Reuters Q2 earnings: Analysts expect 51¢ a share UNITED STATESJPMorgan Chase & Co. Q2 earnings: Analysts expect 76¢ a share Wells Fargo Q2 earnings: Analysts expect 81¢ a share read more