The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 17000 for the first time after a rosy report on U.S. job creation helped reassure investors that economic growth can support stock benchmarks at all-time highs.... more 
The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 17000 for the first time after a rosy report on U.S. job creation helped reassure investors that economic growth can support stock benchmarks at all-time highs. Scott Wren of Wells Fargo Advisers and WSJ's Larry Edelman join the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images. less 
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