Stocks Rebound in Topsy-Turvy Day

Major indexes recovered from sharp midday losses, despite concerns about subprime lenders and declines in overseas stock markets

Wall Street clawed back from steep losses in a wild session Wednesday. Stocks finished higher as investors looked past subprime lending worries and weakness in overseas markets amid a pair of favorable economic reports. Strength in energy- and software-related shares helped boost major indexes.

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