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: Justin Trudeau lauds GM job creation plans Film studio Lions Gate to buy Starz for $4.4-billion Northern Gateway project approval overturned Inside Bombardier's C Series: From simulator to first flights Molson Coors Canada brews a new strategy to boost beer sales Bank of England's Carney signals more stimulus ahead Lucara Diamond CEO: Why we didn't sell monster rock Why such a yen - for the Japanese yen? Canada's GDP increased 0.1% in April Brexit hits Heathrow, U.K. consumers Most banks pass stress tests Mine closures leave Indonesia scarred Why millennials should learn this lifelong savings goal early Canadian regulators weigh ban on mutual fund commissions Canada-Mexico beef trade to be fully restored European and Asian stocks gain as Brexit nerves settle Toyota recalls millions of vehicles worldwide CIBC makes $4.9-billion bet on the U.S. with takeover of PrivateBancorp Line's IPO price values it at $6.6-billion Brexit: Merkel warns no way back Comments AA 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?