After six straight weeks of gains for the Dow Jones Industrials
Among Dow stocks, losers far outnumbered gainers. American Express
After a bull run, it often seems like the good times will last forever. But with Europe rearing its ugly head, it looks like the Dow might well pick this week to end its winning streak.
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