With the big correction in stocks lately, it seems like the stock market will never go back up. Plenty of overarching concerns, including the European crisis and signs of slowing economic growth around the world, aren't going to get resolved quickly, and they've weighed down stock sentiment for a while now. Although a small increase in an index tracking expansion in the services sector brought back some optimism to the market, the Dow Jones Industrials
From looking at the Dow stocks that are making substantial moves, it's clear that even the faintest whiff of good news can help drive beaten-down sectors. Bank stocks Bank of America
On the down side, United Technologies
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