The stock market swung wildly on Thursday, but this time it was the bulls who took control in the session’s final hour.
Mixed economic messages sent retail stocks and all major indices on wild gyrations, with better-than-expected data about inflation and unemployment claims and another drop in the price of crude oil eventually prevailing over growing fears of a brutal holiday season and more evidence of a deep and sustained recession.
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