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Is Wall Street Less Focused On Europe Than Earlier? [AUDIO]

Are Wall Street investors less concerned about Europe and its many challenges now than they were earlier? One Jersey expert says yes and no.

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Stocks Make a U-Turn, Rising After Big Decline

Investors on Wednesday all but forgot the previous day's burdens and sent stocks soaring. It was a stark turnaround from the day before, when they'd pushed the market into a free-fall on worries about European debt and corporate earnings in the U.S.

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Stocks End on Sour Note, Extending Slide to 5 Days

The stock market is closing down sharply, extending its longest and deepest slump this year.

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Dow Closes Below 13,000 for First Time in a Month

Stocks are closing sharply lower after investors delivered their verdict on disappointing job growth in March. It's only the second four-day losing streak of the year for the Dow Jones industrial average and the Standard & Poor's 500.

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April Is Historically Good Month For The Stock Market [AUDIO]

Wall street is looking forward to good things for stocks this month. History shows April has been one of the year's best performers.

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Stocks Record Biggest Gains of Year

Stocks are closing with their biggest gains this year.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Dow Closes Above 13,000 for the First Time Since Economic Crisis

The Dow Jones industrial average on Tuesday finally reclaimed the ground it held before the carnage of the Great Recession -- bailouts, bank failures, layoffs by the million and a stock market panic that cut retirement savings in half.

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S&P 500 Index Hits Highest Point Since June 2008

A two-point gain was enough to push the S&P 500 index to its highest level since June 2008, three months the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the darkest days of the financial crisis.

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Flickr User James Wilcox
Flickr User James Wilcox
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Dow Breaks 13,000 But Can’t Hold Gains

It came and went in a flash, a number on a board for seconds at a time, but its symbolic power couldn't be dismissed.

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Dow Average Closes Within 50 Points of 13,000

The Dow has edged teasingly close to 13,000, a marker it hasn't reached since before the financial crisis brought the U.S. economy to its knees.

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