Stocks in U.S. Rebound With Dollar Amid Fed Countdown; Oil Sinks

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  • S&P 500 rises for first day this week as energy stocks rally
  • WTI crude slips below $37 a barrel as OPEC backlash endures

OPEC November Crude Production Rises to Three-year High

U.S. stocks rose for the first time in four days, while the dollar strengthened as investors started counting down to next week’s Federal Reserve meeting, where officials are expected to raise interest rates. Crude oil fell for a fifth day.

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