Stocks Drop With Metals as Alcoa Fuels Growth ConcernMichael Shanahan and Inyoung Hwang
Global stocks fell for a third day and metals retreated as Alcoa Inc.’s reduced aluminum-demand forecast fueled concern that Chinese growth is slowing. Treasuries erased losses as a $21 billion auction drew a lower-than-forecast yield, while oil reversed earlier gains.
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