Asia New leadership unlikely to breath life into China's markets Add to ... Reuters Published Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012 6:51AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012 6:51AM EDT The last time China had a party congress, stocks were on a tear - but things are different now, and the upcoming leadership transition is unlikely to create market cheer. Tara Joseph reports. Watch More Video: Poloz says any changes to U.S. trade would have 'complicated' effects for Canada HSBC plans Paris move after Brexit Deutsche Bank looks ahead after U.S. settlement Samsung boss awaits judge's call on his arrest U.S. companies find China less welcoming: survey 2017: Credit ratings outlook never worse Video: Wal-Mart to add 10,000 U.S. jobs in 2017 Brexit hit pushes up UK inflation BAT-Reynolds: Big Tobacco living up to its name Is the view from the top changing? Brazil's Temer says unemployment, not graft probe, biggest worry China to target 6.5% growth in 2017 Hyundai aims for U.S. investment boost under Trump Saudi's flynas boosts Airbus order book Sterling battered by Brexit woes Trump threatens German carmakers with import tariff Venezuela's Maduro wants new plan to boost oil prices Video: Amazon pulls India doormats from Canadian site Takata to pay $1-billion settlement; executives charged Prosecutor seeks to arrest Samsung boss Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Results Video: Surprise. Earnings may not be that bad Numbers Video: Daily Digit: Wall St. firms set to make $15-billion this year Let's Talk Investing Video: Is our hunger for borrowing finally easing?