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"We've entered a high-volatility market, and it's here to stay," market strategist Bill Strazzullo said after a week during which investors were buffeted on one side by plunging oil prices, signs of a slowdown in Europe and fear of Ebola, and on the other side by strong corporate earnings and reassuring jobs market figures. The difference between the Dow's high and the low for the week was the largest in nearly three years. [Full Story]
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