Emerging-Market Stocks Rebound as Oil Advance Eases Fed ConcernBy , , and
MSCI index rises first time in 10 days as all industries climb
Currencies gain as dollar retreats before expected Fed liftoff
Emerging-market stocks rebounded from a six-year low and currencies gained as oil ended a seven-day slump and speculation mounted that the dollar’s gains this year leave it vulnerable to a short-term selloff if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
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