U.S. Stocks Rise on Consumer Confidence After Debate; Oil SlumpsBy and
Iran sinks crude with unwillingness to freeze production
Most Asian index futures fall with Topix going ex-dividend
U.S. stocks shrugged off a drop in oil, rallying as consumer confidence jumped and banking shares rebounded. Mexico’s peso led emerging-market currencies higher on the perception American presidential nominee Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in their first debate.
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