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It's been a rough year for Bombardier Inc., whose share price has dropped 66.75 per cent this year as it struggles with its C Series jet program. But one firm on the S&P/TSX index has taken an even deeper plunge: Baytex Energy Corp. Shares of the Calgary-based oil and gas firm have dropped 70 per cent this year, closing at $5.79 on Monday. Like many in the energy sector, Baytex has been greatly affected by the downturn in oil prices, and in August said it was suspending its dividend.
Editor's note: An earlier version of this article said Baytex shares have fallen the most (by percentage) of any TSX listing this year. In fact, Baytex has taken the biggest drop among firms on the S&P/TSX composite index. This version has been corrected.