With one win in the books Monday, the stock market broke a long string of losses. Today, stocks are trying to add to yesterday's gains, with bulls pointing to a rise in existing home sales as a positive sign that the economic rebound isn't in danger of stalling out. Despite an overnight downgrade of Japan's sovereign debt rating, global markets were largely higher, and the Dow Jones Industrials
Topping the winners were financial stocks, with JPMorgan Chase
Can we make it two in a row?
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