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AP Photo/Richard DrewTrader Donato Vaccaro, second left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street rebounded sharply Tuesday after the Federal Reserve and other central banks said they will pump $200 billion into the financial markets to help ease the strain from the credit crisis.

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Dow jumps more than 416 points, largest gain in almost 6 years

NEW YORK " Wall Street finally found a reason for a huge rally Tuesday, after the Federal Reserve said it plans to pump $200 billion into the financial markets to help ease the strain from the credit crisis.

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