Wall Street: One for the Bulls

After six straight weeks of being battered, Wall Street finally got what it desperately needed: a good week. The bears prowled the Street aggressively, their instincts sharpened by an 11% drop in the Dow-Jones industrial average that has cost investors $50 billion in paper values. But the bulls waited for the right moment to stampede. In some of the wildest, tensest and heaviest trading in years, the Dow-Jones industrial index last week rallied 35 points in the final four trading sessions. The close: 875.16, a gain of 21 points for the week. The market was so emotional and uncertain that...

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