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Wall Street holds on after bumpy week

At the end of the four day trading week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 0.29 percent to 17,763.24Another volatile week had investors on Wall Street clinging to gains Thursday ahead of a long holiday weekend. Facing a major data release — the March jobs market report — on Friday when markets are closed for the Easter holiday, traders pushed shares higher Thursday, showing a lack of deep concern over the direction of the economy and geopolitics elsewhere. The Nasdaq Composite fell a bare 0.1 percent, finishing the week at 4,886.94. Traders were still looking for signs in economic data that will point to when the Federal Reserve might start raising interest rates — as early as June, or later in the year as an increasing number of analysts now suspect.

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