There's yet another critical election in Greece this weekend that could determine the fate of the eurozone. Closer to home, consumer sentiment fell sharply in early June from its five-year high reading in May. But stock markets don't seem to be concerned in the slightest, as the Dow Jones Industrials
As another mark of the market's confidence, the top-performing stock in the Dow was actually down early this morning. Bank of America
Finally, tech companies did well overall. In addition to Microsoft's rise after reports of its buyout of Yammer, IBM
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