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U.S. stocks pushed higher Friday and major indexes hit new records, while oil and natural gas fell on worries of a supply glut and on mild U.S. weather.The three major U.S. stock indexes were on track for a second straight weekly advance and all 10 S&P 500 industry sectors were higher on the day. MSCI's all-country world index was last up 0.27 percent, to 421.51, boosted by the gains in U.S. shares.U.S. Treasury prices recovered slightly from an early week selloff in light trading. Benchmark 10-year yields, which move inversely to prices, were last at 2.26 percent, roughly unchanged from late Wednesday's levels.
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