U.S. Stocks Rebound With Commodities as China Market StabilizesStephen Kirkland and Joseph Ciolli
U.S. stocks snapped their longest losing streak since January as earnings topped estimates and Chinese equities pulled back from a selloff. Commodities rebounded and Treasuries fell ahead of a Federal Reserve policy decision.
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