Canadian Stocks Falter as Rally Halted on Oil Slump, China DataEric Lam
Four-day advance in the S&P/TSX was longest advance this year
Commodities fall after data on worsening Chinese manufacturing
The rebound in Canadian stocks proved to be short-lived, as the Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index ended a four-day rally amid falling oil prices and renewed concerns about a slowdown in China.
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