U.S. Stocks Climb, Led by Energy Shares Amid Stimulus ProspectsBy
ECB's Draghi highlights downside risks, potential stimulus
S&P 500 Index recovers from lowest level since April 2014
U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index recovering from a 21-month low, as energy shares rallied with oil and the European Central Bank signaled the potential for more stimulus measures amid uncertain prospects for global growth.
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