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ISM Pushes Stocks

Stocks popped at 10 am ET as the ISM services index came in above expectations (but still showing signs of contraction).

The dollar has been on a see-saw all day, rallying overnight on concerns over more writedowns of European banks, than dropping on the poor initial jobless claims report, than rallying somewhat on the ISM services report.


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