U.S. Stocks Rise on Bets of More Stimulus; Treasuries Pare GainsMichael P. Regan and Rita Nazareth
U.S. stocks rose, reversing earlier losses and preventing the longest Dow Jones Industrial Average slump since 1978, as investors speculated the Federal Reserve will start another stimulus program. Treasuries 10-year notes erased gains, and the dollar slid.
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