Stocks Rebound From Slump as Pound Slides on Moody’s Cut

Global stocks rebounded from the worst slump since November as German business confidence rose more than forecast. Treasuries rose for a third day. The pound slid following the close of markets in New York after the U.K. government lost its Aaa rating from Moody’s Investors Service.

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