Bonds Rise, Dollar Falls as Retail Data Cast Doubt on Rate HikeBy , , and
American retail sales little changed as wholesale prices drop
U.S. stocks fall as trading volume sinks to lowest since March
Treasuries rallied, while the dollar fell after disappointing retail sales data in the world’s largest economy added to speculation the Federal Reserve will be in no rush to raise interest rates this year. American stocks dropped. Oil climbed.
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