–Stocks gain after service-sector index comes in better than expected
–Europe mostly higher on hopes of G-7 help, but data show further weakness
–Spain warns of difficulty accessing capital market
The Dow industrials rose Tuesday for the first day in five sessions as a reading on the service sector unexpectedly rose and officials from industrialized countries discussed the ongoing European crisis.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 26.49 points, or 0.22%, to 12127.95. The blue-chip benchmark retreated in previous sessions on weak job-market and manufacturing data, closing at a low for the year Monday.
The Standard Poor’s 500-stock index …