By Haitham Haddadin NEW YORK, April 22 (Reuters) - Wall Street may have reason to smile: the ubiquitous "second-half recovery" siren call of the market bulls may finally come to pass this year. As earnings reports for the first quarter of this year come fast and furious, some of the biggest companies in America have blown past expectations -- though in many cases, sharply lowered expectations. "The quarter is shaping up better than expected, though weaker than we would like," said ...
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