New York — Wall Street's main indexes closed higher in choppy trading on Thursday, with bank stocks soaring ahead of annual stress test results and helping to offset investor jitters over alarming increases in new coronavirus cases.

The recently battered S&P 500 banks subindex led the gainers for the session after US banking regulators eased rules and investors waited for results of the sector's annual stress test, which helps determine dividend policies...

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