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U.S. stocks rebounded from the worst-ever pre-Christmas session as investors hoped for an end to the turmoil in American markets. The S&P 500 halted a four-day rout of almost 8 percent, clawing back from the brink of a bear market on speculation the selling had gone too far given a relatively robust economy. Amazon reminded of consumer strength, surging 3 percent after reporting record holiday sales. The stock rebound is a rare bright spot in one of the most miserable Decembers on record for equity investors, as a host of headwinds combined to drag down America's benchmark index.
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