China Stock Wobbles Leave Global Markets Fumbling for DirectionJeremy Herron and Stephen Kirkland
S&P 500 rallies in final 30 minutes to end at session highs
Equity bounce arrests crude's slide, while gold, bonds drop
The rout in global stocks let up, with U.S. equities halting a two-day slump after Chinese shares ended their last day of trading this week with the smallest loss since mid-August. The dollar rose, while Treasuries fell.
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