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Stocks Notch First Winning Day of the New Year

Stocks Notch First Winning Day of the New Year (Bloomberg)

With an employment report and fourth-quarter earnings season set to arrive this week, health-related stocks led a rally to raise stocks today, snapping a slide which had occupied the first three sessions of 2014. “Equities are the place to be,” John Lynch, the Charlotte-based regional chief investment officer for Wells Fargo Private Bank, said. “Everyone’s waiting on the Fed minutes tomorrow and the jobs report on Friday could be a driver of further confidence.”

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With an employment report and fourth-quarter earnings season set to arrive this week, health-related stocks led a rally to raise stocks today, snapping a slide which had occupied the first three sessions of 2014.

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Stocks Notch First Winning Day of the New Year

With an employment report and fourth-quarter earnings season set to arrive this week, health-related stocks led a rally to raise stocks today, snapping a slide which had occupied the first three sessions of 2014.

Stocks Notch First Winning Day of the New Year (Bloomberg)

With an employment report and fourth-quarter earnings season set to arrive this week, health-related stocks led a rally to raise stocks today, snapping a slide which had occupied the first three sessions of 2014. ??Equities are the place to be,? John Lynch, the Charlotte-based regional chief investment officer for Wells Fargo Private Bank, said. ??Everyone??s waiting on the Fed minutes tomorrow and the jobs report on Friday could be a driver of further confidence.?

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