Wall Street rebounds as Italy worries ease
New Delhi, May 31 : Wall Street rebounded on Wednesday. Yesterday's downward trend, energy and bank stocks fueled the recovery. Investors are hopeful that renewed attempts to form a coalition government means Italy could avoid a new election. Bank stocks like Wells Fargo and Bank of America rallied as the Federal Reserve considered a proposal to modify the ?Volcker rule?. That law aims to prevent banks from making market bets while taking in taxpayer-insured deposits.
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