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[BRIEFING.COM] Recent action saw the major averages continue their rebound from session lows. The S&P 500 is off by 0.3% while the Dow has trimmed its loss to just 0.1%.
The Dow has been able to outperform the other two indices thanks to the relative strength of its major components. American Express (AXP 74.87, +0.43), Boeing (BA 99.27, +1.34), Chevron (CVX 125.47, +0.54), and IBM (IBM 207.96, +0.97) all trade with ... More
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