Turnaround Tuesday is in full bloom, as all of the Dow Jones Industrial Average's 30 components are rallying in morning trade Tuesday, after three-straight days that all 30 closed lower. The Dow ran up 287 points, after falling 1,477 points the past three sessions, and 2,441 points from its May 19 record of 18,312.39. Leading the blue-chip pack into the green, shares of Apple Inc. surged 4.6% Monday, after tumbling 10% the past three sessions. J.P. Morgan Chase's stock jumped 3.4%, after dropping 11% the last three days. Boeing Co.'s stock was the weakest performer, gaining 0.8%. Turnaround Tuesday is a phrase market watchers use to describe the perceived tendency of the broader market to buck the previous trend on Tuesdays.
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