Markets are up for their third day in a row, as optimism has stocks in the middle of a mini-rally. But can it last? In the video below, find out why financials are leading the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher, why a clinical trial failure sunk one Dow component, and which two companies are gaining thanks to earnings.
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