BEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth as oil prices rebounded.
Japan's $29 billion fiscal stimulus includes spending vouchers and coupons for consumers, welfare checks for low-income families with small children and heating-oil subsidies.
Oil advanced for the first time in three days amid speculation that an escalating conflict in Libya will help ease a global supply surplus that's driven crude into a bear market.
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