Updated from 7:07 a.m. EST
Investors are back! After a long five-day selloff, markets were up Wednesday on Wall Street's optimistic response to a possible Chinese economic stimulus package. Industrial and commodity stocks benefited the most with
, a major Chinese exporter, jumping 13%.
But not all stocks fared well.
was the biggest drag on the
, sliding 4.6%. After cutting its dividend last week, shares are down more than 25% since Friday as investors worry that the conglomerate is in need of a capital infusion and will lose its AAA credit rating.
On the earnings front,
announced second quarter profits dropped 27% due to weakened sales and slimmer margins. Conversely, fellow Portland-based club store,
, reported a 5% increase in profit as cost conscious consumers turned to wholesale clubs for deals.
With this in mind, we thought we'd take a look at some of the stocks people have been searching for on
, and see what
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