SAN FRANCISCO -- As compelling as the battle over recovering AIG (AIG - Get Report) executive bonuses might be, it clearly has nothing to do with investors' increasing willingness to pay higher prices for stocks.While Wednesday's session may have received a little help from the Federal Reserve, the market's most bullish run of 2009 -- the S&P 500 is now up 20% since its March 6 intraday lows -- looks as intact as ever.
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