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Europe Stocks Track Hong Kong Rebound on Stimulus; Gold Falls

European stocks rose, erasing their weekly retreat, following a rebound in Hong Kong as China stepped up targeted support for its economy. Gold headed for its largest weekly decline in two months before a U.S. payrolls report that may help determine when the Federal Reserve increases interest rates.

NASA: Liquid Water Found on Mars

NASA announced scientists have discovered liquid water on Mars. Jim Green, NASA director of planetary science, explains at a news conference. (Source: Bloomberg)

Singapore Schools Open After 1st Closure in 12 Years on Haze

Singapore schools reopened on Monday after pollution from Indonesian forest fires led to their first closure in 12 years on Friday, while Malaysia closed more education institutions as the air quality remains unhealthy in some areas near Kuala Lumpur.

Your Health

Recalibrating Investing Strategies for 2016

Richard Lacaille, chief investment officer at State Street Global Advisors, discusses the outlook for various markets and his subsequent thoughts on investing. He speaks with Tom Keene and Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Mediclinic Seeks London Listing Through Al Noor Hospitals Tieup

Mediclinic International Ltd., in talks with London-traded health-care provider Al Noor Hospitals Group Plc about a tie-up, said the potential deal would take the form of a reverse takeover of the smaller, United Arab Emirates company to gain a listing in the U.K. capital.

Oil Markets

Oil M&A's False Positives: Liam Denning

In a wounded market, M&A can be a healing balm. The sight of battered predators feasting on even more battered rivals warms the coldest of hearts on Wall Street. After all, if insiders have decided it is the right time to buy, then surely the worst is over.