Posted: Wednesday, September 02, 2015 10:53 AM ET
By: Julian Close
Stocks are up across much of the market this Wednesday morning after a grueling trading day on Tuesday that knocked stocks down by 3%. Still, it wasn’t as bad as the low of the previous week, and when the market hits successively higher lows, it is generally considered a bullish indicator. It frequently means nothing, of course, but today, investors are taking their solace where they can find it.
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