Deutsche Bank (DB) made a big comeback, while crude oil added to its recent rally, leading Wall Street to clock substantial gains to end the week. The S&P 500 closed September and the third quarter with gains. Deutsche Bank rocketed higher on speculation the bank had settled with the U.S. Department of Justice for a fraction of the original fine. A separate report indicated the penalty could be as low as $5.4 billion. McCormick & Co. (MKC) was higher after a better-than-expected quarter and higher full-year forecasts. Sales rose 3%, boosted by a string of acquisitions including herbs company Gourmet Garden in April. Lexmark (LXK) surged after its proposed buyout by a Chinese consortium passed U.S. regulatory approval. Officials said there were no national security issues tied to the acquisition. China's regulators still need to approve the deal. TheStreet's Keris Lahiff reports from Wall Street.
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