Wall Street puts the market on track to end a topsy-turvy, volatile week with a gain.
The Dow rallies more than 1,000 points after a four-day losing streak, but the market remains on track for its worst December since 1931.
The Dow had been 381 points up before the U.S. central bank's fourth increase on short-term rates this year. It ends the day at 351 down.
The bull market for U.S. stocks began in March 2009 and has now lasted nine years, five months and 13 days.
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The Dow and the Standard & Poor's 500 market indexes have dropped 10 percent from their all-time highs, set Jan. 26. This puts them in what Wall Street calls a correction, their first in almost two years.
The new mark comes just five weeks after 24,000 was reached in an eight-year rally that continues to confound skeptics.
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