Dow rises over 1,000 points after worst Christmas Eve on record01:30
In the first day of trading since Monday's record decline, the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Wednesday soared by over 1,000 points, erasing its historic Christmas Eve losses. The broader S&P 500 gained 4.2 percent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq picked up by more than 5 percent.
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