Wall Street bounced back last week from the August slump brought on by the first alarm over the Suez crisis and the Federal Reserve Board's damping down of credit (TIME, Sept. 3). As investors began to pay more heed to good news at home rather than bad news from abroad, the Dow-Jones industrials jumped 5.62 points in the first trading session after Labor Day, one of the biggest gains in months. Wall Streeters took the upswing as a bright omen: the market after Labor Day has often forecast the trend for months to come; e.g.,...

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