What To Watch: Is Rebound Sign Of Stability?

The Dow Jones industrial average rallied 123 points Friday as the market showed signs of stabilizing after a rocky Thursday.It appears investors' initial knee-jerk reaction Thursday to the downed Malaysia Airlines jetliner and Israel's military foray into the Gaza Strip was an overreaction.Investors are back to worrying about U.S. corporate earnings, which are coming in strong, and underplaying the potential economic fallout due to troubles overseas.

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