U.S. Stocks Slip to 3-Week Low, Oil Gains Before Jobs Report

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  • S&P 500 turns negative, extends lowest level since April 11
  • Oil pares advance to just above $44 a barrel in New York

Brian Belski: Bull Market Is Still Very Much Alive

A rally in crude oil faded and U.S. stocks slipped for a third day, leaving the S&P 500 Index at a three-week low as investors awaited Friday’s jobs report for clues on the strength of the world’s largest economy. Emerging-market shares fell and the dollar strengthened.

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