By and  on February 12, 2009

It’s too early to say what the effects will be on Main Street, but Wall Street found Wednesday’s news of a tentative Congressional agreement on a financial resuscitation plan at least mildly stimulating.

Disappointment with a new Treasury Department rescue plan sent stock markets reeling on Tuesday, but word of a Congressional compromise between House and Senate versions of the stimulus bill sent shares on an upward path — although the rebound fell far short of undoing the previous day’s widespread damage to market capitalizations.

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