Stocks Decline With Spain, Italy Bonds While Yen WeakensStephen Kirkland and Lu Wang
U.S. stocks slipped after a six-week rally left the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index trading at its most-expensive valuation since July 2011. European shares fell with Spanish and Italian bonds as the region’s finance ministers prepared to meet to discuss aid to Cyprus and Greece.
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