U.S. Stocks Rise on Consumer Confidence as Italy Approves PlanRita Nazareth
U.S. stocks rallied, preventing a second straight weekly drop in benchmark indexes, as American consumer confidence topped estimates and Italy’s approval of debt-reduction plans eased concern about Europe’s debt crisis.
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