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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Peter Tuz
Expectations that the central banks of countries around the world stand ready to head off a deeper European debt crisis helped push U.S. stocks higher on Friday.
U.S. stocks drifted higher Monday but lost the momentum from their biggest week of the year. A dividend from Apple, a deal for UPS and the promise of greater demand for U.S. Steel drove those stocks to gains.
"The betting now is that the 'let's stay in the euro' segment of the population (in Greece) will win."
"There's a growing sense of optimism," said Peter Tuz, a money manager, at Chase Investment Counsel, which runs mutual funds.