U.S. Stocks Slip After Rally as Japanese Yen, Natural Gas ClimbBy and
S&P 500 hovers near highest of 2016 after weekly rally
Eastern U.S. cold snap boost natural gas as crude extends loss
U.S. stocks slipped from the highest levels of the year as investors assess whether a six-week rally has taken equities too far too quickly. The yen reached an almost 18-month high versus the dollar, while copper capped its longest slide in two years.
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