(Updates to midafternoon, changes byline) By Jennifer Coogan NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks climbed on Wednesday after a report showing better-than-expected consumer sentiment and a drop in the day's crude oil prices raised investors' hopes for robust holiday spending. Shares of online auctioneer Ebay Inc. rose 1 percent to $47.26, helped higher as shortages of Microsoft's Xbox 360 video game consoles led many new owners to flip them on the Web auction site for almost twice ...
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