Blasts fail to shake the market


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  • Sunday, 10 Jul 2005

NEW YORK: Wall Street was able to look past the horrific attacks in London and post solid gains over the past week, as investors grew more confident on the economic outlook for the rest of the year. 

But a budding summer rally faces a new test in the coming week with the first wave of corporate earnings reports for the second quarter. 

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