US STOCKS-Badly bruised Wall Street finds solace in oil rebound
* Draghi says ECB could reconsider policy in March
* Crude oil prices rise more than 4 pct
* Pipeline operator Kinder Morgan surges 16 pct
* Indexes end up: Dow 0.74 pct, S&P 0.52 pct, Nasdaq 0.01 pct (Adds detail on Starbucks' report)
By Noel Randewich
Jan 21 (Reuters) - Wall Street staged a modest rally on Thursday as oil prices recorded their biggest gain this year and ECB President Mario Draghi raised hopes of more stimulus for Europe.
Seven of 10 major S&P 500 sectors climbed, with a 2.88-percent jump in energy stocks leading the way.
Helping global and U.S. stocks, the European Central Bank kept its main rates on hold and Draghi said the central bank would "review and possibly reconsider" its monetary policy as soon as March. Many analysts had not expected a rate cut before June.
Also boosting share prices, oil spiked from a 12-year low after U.S. crude stockpiles did not rise as much as feared. Continuación...