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Markets: U.S. stocks climb in relief following 1st presidential debate

U.S. stocks Tuesday in relief following the first presidential debate. Media pundits and Twitter largely gave Democratic presidential candidate the win after a contentious 90 minutes. Consumer confidence reached its highest level in nine years in September, its best since the Great Recession. Video provided by TheStreet        
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