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Dip Buyers Resurface in Dizzying Week for Stocks: Markets Wrap

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WATCH: BlackRock’s Russ Koesterich discusses the outlook for Treasury yields.Source: Bloomberg
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Stocks notched their biggest advance since October as dip buyers scooped up some of the hardest-hit shares during a two-day selloff. Treasuries retreated.

Companies that stand to benefit the most from economic growth drove gains in the S&P 500, with small caps and travel stocks surging. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed almost 2%, led by aerospace giant Boeing Co. Tech shares underperformed. The U.S. is inching ahead on efforts to boot Chinese firms off stock exchanges for not complying with disclosure requirements.