Stocks Rise Around The World

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The week looks to end on the opposite note that it started on, moving from concern to jittery to back-in-black in just a few days.

China jumped .6% and Hong Kong was up over 2%, though the Nikkei did slide slightly.

Nearer by, European stocks drifted higher. In the US, nothing means much until fresh unemployment numbers come out at 8:30.

Trading will likely be extremely quiet on what’s basically the last day of Summer vacation.

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