Business: Historic Milestone

"Demand is feeding on success," said Lucien O. Hooper of Wall Street's W. E. Hutton & Co. It seemed an understatement indeed in a week when the stock market again surged to new highs, but it was the best explanation Wall Street had to offer for what has become the most spectacular phenomenon of the 1958 business recovery. On all but one day last week, stocks climbed to new records, closed the week at 564.68 on the Dow-Jones industrial average, up 10.42 for the week to an alltime record.* The Dow-Jones industrial average, most volatile of the averages, and Standard &...

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