The market surged this week, helped along by the Fed's announcement of more stimulus today. The Dow
Although it didn't get named to the Dow, Apple
Meanwhile, Facebook had, maybe, its first nice week since going public in May. Juiced by founder Mark Zuckerberg's first post-IPO interview, shares stormed ahead 16%, to end at $22. That's still a far cry from the IPO price of $38, but even a little sunshine in London is always appreciated.
On the Dow, Bank of America
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