US stocks post second week of gains

US stocks post second week of gains

Frankfurt : Germany | Feb 13, 2011 at 12:32 PM PST
Source: The Age
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Story continues below Financials led on the back of the reduced uncertainty, rising throughout the trading day. Bank of America Corp gained 1.9 per cent to $14.77 and the KBW Banks index added 1.8 per cent. Market Vectors Egypt Index ETF rallied on record volume the news, climbing 4.5 per cent to $18.60.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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Shares in the bank gained 1.71% on the Frankfurt stock exchange
Shares in the bank gained 1.71% on the Frankfurt stock exchange
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