After yesterday's market plunge, investors wondered if a long-awaited correction was in the works. At least for now, though, stocks are regaining a little bit of lost ground. Employment numbers released this morning showed a better-than-expected jump in private-sector job creation, and if government data on Friday confirms that showing, it could go a long way toward bolstering confidence in the economy. At about 10:45 a.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrials
But not every stock was able to rebound. Kraft Foods
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