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Stocks Rise Thursday; But Don’t Be Fooled: Wall Street’s Nervous

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Stocks Rise Thursday; But Don’t Be Fooled: Wall Street’s Nervous

Stocks Rise Thursday; But Don’t Be Fooled: Wall Street’s Nervous

The $2 trillion spending plans was passed by the Senate, but the historically high jobless claims are causing massive fear on Wall Street.

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