China Stock Wobbles Leave Global Markets Fumbling for Direction

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  • S&P 500 rallies in final 30 minutes to end at session highs
  • Equity bounce arrests crude's slide, while gold, bonds drop

Will China Spell More Trouble for Global Economies?

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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