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There is still one trading day left this week, but it looks like the weekly losing streak is over. Yesterday, traders had shown some reticence ahead of release of the Minutes, but once that was out of the way, and didn’t really break any new ground, US equity markets staged a rally. The S&P 500 had gained ~1% by the end of the day bringing the WTD gains to around 2% while the Dow was up 2.7% WTD.
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