Dow Jumps 485 Points

U.S. stocks recoup some of Monday's losses amid optimism that lawmakers will revive a rescue plan for the financial system. But credit market troubles continued

Hope returned to Wall Street Tuesday as stocks recouped some of the deep losses from Monday's vicious market sell-off that was triggered by the surprising defeat of Bush's $700 billion bailout plan. Investors bet that Congress will heed President George Bush's call to pass the financial rescue plan quickly.

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