Wall Street was higher on Monday as prices of crude oil and other commodities surged, pointing to an uptick in investors' risk appetite following a rout in global markets.
Crude prices were up more than 5 percent after data showed a fall in U.S. rig counts and the International Energy Agency said it expects U.S. shale oil output to fall.
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