Market Slowly Rebounds, But Some Still Wary The stock market makes a modest comeback since U.S. forces topple Saddam Hussein's regime. Consumer confidence shows its largest jump in 12 years, and companies in the S&P 500 index release strong quarterly reports. But some analysts urge caution, pointing to rising unemployment and overall uncertainty about the economy. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.
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Market Slowly Rebounds, But Some Still Wary

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Market Slowly Rebounds, But Some Still Wary

Market Slowly Rebounds, But Some Still Wary

Market Slowly Rebounds, But Some Still Wary

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The stock market makes a modest comeback since U.S. forces topple Saddam Hussein's regime. Consumer confidence shows its largest jump in 12 years, and companies in the S&P 500 index release strong quarterly reports. But some analysts urge caution, pointing to rising unemployment and overall uncertainty about the economy. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.