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The stock market took a bounce toward revival Monday, with the Dow closing almost 450 points higher at 8711, a one-day gain of 5.4 percent. It's the second sizable jump in less than two weeks. Market analysts say a strengthening dollar is a big factor in the gains. But, NPR's Jim Zarroli reports, investors worried about corporate scandals ought to beware of what's on the horizon.