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Stocks Stall As Canadian Dollar Weakens

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Stocks Stall As Canadian Dollar Weakens

Stocks Stall As Canadian Dollar Weakens

According to Reuters world stocks stalled for a third straight session, unable to rally on a surge in Chinese shares.

The sputtering of global shares comes as the Canadian dollar weakened after commentary from the Bank of Canada.

Major U.S. indexes once again struggled to make any forward momentum with the S&P 500 meeting resistance at 2800.

The long-embattled trade negotiations between the United States and China has provided limited incentives for investors to move equities any higher.

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