U.S. Stocks Fall With Treasuries; Commodites RallyCallie Bost and Jeremy Herron
U.S. stocks fell after the best four-day rally in a year for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Treasuries slid amid comments from Federal Reserve officials signaling continued stimulus cuts, while Chinese data spurred a rally in copper.
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