by Jeremy Herron and Joseph Ciolli
U.S. stocks were little changed amid the best month in five, as the March rebound that had global equities on the brink of erasing losses for 2016 faltered. The dollar headed for its worst quarter in more than five years.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index pushed its March rally to 7 percent, while European equities fell with shares in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Emerging-market stocks added to a quarterly rally, and the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index headed for its worst month since 2010. Treasury yields slumped to the largest quarterly drop since 2012. Gold headed for its biggest three-month gain since 1986.