U.S. Stocks Rally Amid Earnings as Crude Shrugs Off China SlumpBy and
S&P 500 rebounds, Dow adds 283 points as Fed meeting starts
American crude briefly tops $32 a barrel, boosting energy
U.S. stocks advanced, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average notching its best day of the year, as investors looked past another rout in Chinese stocks to focus on a rally in crude, corporate earnings and the start of the Federal Reserve’s first policy meeting since turmoil gripped financial markets.
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