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: Som Seif on whether right now is the time to invest in oil The latest bitcoin controversy BCE CEO Cope on the deal with Manitoba Telecom Key details of BCE’s purchase of MTS Baker Hughes to buy back shares $3.5-billion breakup: Halliburton and Baker Hughes scrap merger Canadian dollar overvalued: strategist Gold rallies to a 15-month high — here's how to play the rally BCE expands footprint in Western Canada Cruise ship embarks on historic trip from Miami to Havana Puerto Rico debt deadline looms Sanders criticizes corporate greed at Indiana rally This week in business: Cineplex releases its earnings Where can I buy expensive clothing on the cheap? Hudbay CEO on the miner's latest results Canada GDP shrank 0.1% in February Euro zone growth outstrips U.S., U.K. Brexit vote too close to call? Rovi buying TiVo for $1.1-billion Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Campbell, Lee & Ross's Bruce Campbell 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?