U.S. Stock Rally Sputters as Crude Plunges; Bonds Rise With Gold

  • S&P 500 adds less than half a point as energy shares drag
  • Asian index futures mixed following Japan-led recovery

Stocks at Highs, Bonds at Lows: Is the Brexit Worry Over?

The S&P 500 Index eked out a third straight closing record, overcoming a drop in the price of oil that dragged energy shares lower as a let-up in political turmoil in the U.K. kept demand for risk assets alive. Metals advanced with emerging-market equities.

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