After the big plunge over the past month, bullish investors knew it was just a matter of time before stocks bounced back. Today, the market delivered big gains, with most news sources pointing to the European Central Bank as the catalyst for the jump. Refusing to bow to pressure to stimulate Europe's economy, the ECB left interest rates unchanged. But sentiment in the U.S. is very different, as a Fed Open Market Committee member said that extending the Fed's Operation Twist is still on the table. With a whiff of stimulus in the air, the Dow Jones Industrials
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