(Updates to late morning) By Jennifer Coogan NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks advanced on Monday as data on existing-home sales landed near analysts' estimates and bond yields fell, easing worries about higher borrowing costs and helping stocks recover from last week's losses. General Motors Corp. gave a boost to the Dow industrials after Goldman Sachs lifted its rating on shares of the largest U.S. automaker. Goldman, cited expectations GM may win concessions from unionized ...
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