Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Dow up 417; best day since 2002

Wall Street has a huge rally after the Federal Reserve says it plans to pump $200 billion into the financial markets to help ease the strain from the credit crisis. Google gets EU approval for its deal to buy DoubleClick.

Stocks soar as Fed injects cash, calms credit fears

U.S. stocks surged on Tuesday, led by financial shares, after the Federal Reserve said it would add up to $200 billion to strained credit markets as part of a coordinated effort with other central banks

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Stocks fly as Fed's cash infusion calms credit fear

Stocks shoot higher on Fed credit plan

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