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Stocks Jump As Concerns About Crises Cool

(New York, NY) -- Wall Street is getting over its concerns about the unrest in Ukraine and the Middle East. Stocks bounced back Friday after taking a dip Thursday on news of the Malaysia Airlines crash and Israel taking action in Gaza. The Dow gained 123 points to 17-100. The Nasdaq had a big jump of 69 points to 44-32. The S&P 500 climbed 20 points to 19-78.

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