Now that the Facebook IPO is history, investors are turning their attention back to the stock market at large -- and at least so far this morning, they seem to like what they see. The weekend's G8 meeting gave worried investors some reassurances that world leaders will try to help Greece stay in the eurozone, but as usual, details were sparse, and even if those efforts are successful, they'll take time to implement and will bring plenty of uncertainty along the way. Still, that was enough to give stocks a modest bounce, and at around 10:45 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrials
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Will the rise last?
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