(Google trends article updated with JetBlue, Newsweek and British Airways stories.)

NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- The Dow Jones is rallying Monday morning, after a $1 trillion bailout package was announced for Greece.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up by 389 points, or 3.7%, to 10,769. The S&P 500 was gaining 46 points, or 4.2%, to 1157 and the Nasdaq was ahead by 102 points, or 4.5%, at 2368.

Some hot stocks this morning on Google Finance, riding that wave, include

Banco Santander

( STD),

Dean Foods

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,

Lloyds Banking

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and

Barclays

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.

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The bailout gave an immediate boost to the euro, while the dollar tumbled against most of its main rivals. Thus, the phrase "euro dollar" is surging in searches this morning.

JetBlue Airways

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is a popular search as the carrier offers $10 tickets for all remaining nonstop flights operating on May 11 and May 12.

The promotion is part of JetBlue's 10-year anniversary program.

In other airline news,

British Airways

is making headlines after crew members said they plan to strike for 20 days in May and June.

The strike will presumably create yet another bout of hassle for European travelers. Air travel proved difficult -- if not downright impossible -- in Europe after the eruption of the Iceland volcano last month whose ash cloud forced the closure of air space.

Newsweek

is another a hot search term today, as

Washington Post

(WPO)

put the newsweekly on the chopping block last week.

The media company said

Newsweek

would lose money in 2010. Washington Post is looking to shed the publication to focus on other parts of the business.

The Gulf oil leak is also still a major concern, as the clean-up effort has again been stymied. A large containment dome that was meant to contain the spill clogged over the weekend.

BP

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, which operated the oil rig, has already spent $350 million in the cleanup process. The company will now place a smaller dome over the spill that will ostensibly be able to pipe oil into a drill ship on the surface.

The relief work started eight days ago and is expected to take three months to complete.

Since the rig, which was owned by

Transocean

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, exploded last month, it has flooded about 95,000 barrels, or 4 million gallons, of oil off the Gulf of Mexico.

The chatter on Main Street (a.k.a. Google) is always of interest to investors on Wall Street. Thus, each day, TheStreet compiles the stories that are trending on Google, and highlights the news that could make stocks move.

-- Reported by Jeanine Poggi in New York.

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