U.S. Stocks Rise With Oil While Dollar Slips on Stimulus OutlookBy and
ECB begins buying corporate debt; utilities, telecoms targeted
Yen advance weighs on Japan index futures; Kiwi dollar jumps
U.S. equities edged closer to an all-time high, while advances in government bonds pushed some yields to record lows amid speculation central banks will extend policies aimed at jump-starting global growth.
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