NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose on Friday after a stronger-than-expected payrolls report gave traders confidence that the economy could be healthy enough to withstand a scaling back of the Federal Reserve's stimulus.
Friday's jobs report doesn't signal the end of the Federal Reserve's market-friendly bond-buying program, but perhaps the beginning of the end.
Consumer borrowing rose in October by the most in five months as credit-card use picked up and Americans took out more loans for car purchases and education.
Five days after a fatal Metro-North Railroad derailment in the Bronx, the Federal Railroad Administration issued an emergency order on Friday requiring the agency to have two people in place to operate trains where major speed limits exist.
PACHUCA, Mexico - Federal police blocked access Friday to a central Mexico hospital where six people were reported to have been admitted with radiation exposure.