Stocks, Commodities Rise on U.S. Budget Optimism

Stocks around the world snapped the longest losing streak in almost a year on optimism a deal can be reached to avoid automatic spending cuts and tax increases. Oil led commodities higher while the dollar and Treasuries fell.

Citi's Tague Says Capital Markets Wide Open for M&A
09:20 - Peter Tague, global co-head of M&A at Citigroup, talks about how the American Health Care Act can impact the business of hospitals and how capital markets are helping the current M&A environment. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Corrects guest's name in headline.) (Source: Bloomberg)
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