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STOCKS RISE: Here's what you need to know

Stocks hoisted themselves up into the green on Tuesday after the first presidential debate. But it wasn't rosy across the board, with the energy sector getting whacked in early trade. First up, the scoreboard: Dow: 18,2 18.92, + 124.09, (+0.69%) S&P 500: 2,158.44, + 12.44, (+0.58%) Nasdaq: 5,303.55, +46.10, (+0.88%) WTI Crude: $44.53, -$1.40, (-3.05%) 1o-year yield: 1.560%, -0.
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