By Kyoungwha Kim and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg |
September 10, 2013
Stocks rose for the seventh day, the longest gain since 2011, oil fell and the yen weakened as data showed China’s economy is improving and Russia bid to get Syria to surrender its chemical weapons.
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