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: Leaving money to a secret beneficiary Andrew Willis: Why share buybacks aren't smart (right now) for Canada's energy sector Trump says he will renegotiate NAFTA United Airlines to offer $10,000 to passengers who forfeit seats Why the U.S. has a problem with Canada's softwood exports How advisors should approach the mutual fund fee debate Video: Trump tax plan will sharply slash corporate tax rates Ottawa vows to ‘press’ U.S. to rescind softwood lumber tariffs Trudeau vows to defend Canadian interests as U.S. targets lumber Free hotel smartphones to hit one million rooms this year Gen Y Money: What to do with your money if you'll never buy a home Jimmy Choo seeks a buyer French election relief sends markets soaring Volkswagen put on probation, hit with criminal fine Carrick Talks Money: How do I avoid people trying to sell me investment products? Money Monitor: How pet insurance helped one dog owner Andrew Willis: The new Rogers CEO should sell the Blue Jays Trump vows to back U.S. dairy farmers in trade spat with Canada A look at Newfoundland’s massive Hebron oil platform Drawing Conclusions: How much money do you to rent in cities across Canada? 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?