The broad markets extended their rally yet again today, with all three of the major market indexes producing solid gains during the trading day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
Several Dow stocks posted strong individual performances as well. Bank of America
Elsewhere on the Dow, industrial stalwart General Electric
On the flip side, networking juggernaut Cisco Systems
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