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[BRIEFING.COM] Compared to the performance of most European and Asian markets on Wednesday, the US stock market certainly qualifies as a pocketn of relative strength.
Following some knee-jerk selling at the open in response to the weakness abroad, the major averages bounced back on some familiar buy-the-dip action. At this juncture, the S&P 500 is down just 0.2%. Ideally, one would like to see gains, not losses, but when pitted against the likes of Japan (-2.6%), ... More
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