Stock markets in Asia and Europe were hitting their highest levels in a month Monday. The main reason for the new highs, analysts say, is the U.S. economy. Last week's job numbers in the U.S. were not quite as bad as many had predicted. That's giving global investors some confidence that the U.S. is not headed into a double-dip recession.
World Markets Rise As Double-Dip Fears Ease
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