Stocks climbed Friday aided by a rise in Chinese shares and easing concerns about the U.S. debt ceiling. Treasury yields ticked up ahead of a key American jobs report.
Japanese shares outperformed and China advanced after reopening from a long holiday. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures fluctuated in the wake of a third day of gains for U.S. stocks. The Senate voted to temporarily increase the debt ceiling, breaking a prolonged stalemate that had buffeted markets.
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