BEIJING - Global stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report that China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth, while oil prices rebounded.
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.
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.
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Xiaomi Corp. raised $1.1 billion in a new funding round that values China's largest smartphone vendor at $45 billion, or about triple closest competitor Lenovo Group Ltd.