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Topic - Joshua Raymond
Global stocks rebounded Wednesday from recent hefty losses as investor sentiment was buoyed by a German court decision backing the country's participation in European bailouts as well as by forecast-busting industrial production figures.
"A ruling in the German Constitutional Court to reject a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking German participation in eurozone bailouts was well received by the market," said Joshua Raymond, chief market strategist at City Index.