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    #1

    stocks doubled

    Please clarify the following in red.

    Despite the policies of a new administration and the actions of the Fed, which gave the US the weakest recovery from a sharp economic downturn in the country's history, stocks more than doubled.

    Is it saying "the prices of stocks more than doubled," or "the trading volume of stocks more than doubled"?

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    Re: stocks doubled

    Prices.

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