Greece voted, and bailout proponents got the victory they wanted. But what many would have seen last week as good news got a negative response on Wall Street, as investors have apparently put the episode behind them and are instead moving on to worry about rising bond yields in other, larger economies in the eurozone. But after falling more sharply near the open, stocks made back all their losses as confidence among U.S. homebuilders hit a five-year high. Just before 11 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrials
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