(Updates to midmorning) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Stocks rose at midmorning on Thursday as better-than-expected economic data and positive outlooks from companies including General Motors Corp. helped encourage investors after weeks of selling in the market. "Today's market action is a pleasant surprise," said Alan Ackerman, chief market strategist at Fahnestock & Co. "As we approach the end of the month, which has been one of the worst in recent memory, ...
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