Dow Secures 9-Week Winning Streak, Roars Past 26,000 with Minutes to Spare

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied on Friday to rescue its nine-week winning streak, and the US stock market bellwether further crossed another milestone by edging across the 26,000 mark minutes prior to the closing bell. Dow Creeps Higher for Ninth Consecutive Week The Dow jumped by 181.18 points or 0.7 percent to 26,031.81. The S&P 500 rose 0.64 percent but fell short of 2,800, and the Nasdaq outperformed with its 0.91 percent rally to round out a positive end to the US stock market’s weekly trading session. Friday marked the first time since November that the Dow had closed

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Dow, Bitcoin Flash Green as US Stock Market Guns to Extend Winning Streak

Both the Dow and the bitcoin price flashed green on Friday, as the US stock market fought to extend its two-month winning streak and crypto traders mulled whether a 14-month downturn has finally come to a close. Dow Futures Mount Triple-Digit Recovery As of 8:45 am ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures had gained 105 points or 0.41 percent, implying a 97.37 point jump at the opening bell. S&P 500 futures rose 0.34 percent, and Nasdaq futures climbed 0.42 percent during the bullish pre-market session. On Thursday, the US stock market endured moderate losses, with the Dow falling 103.81 points

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Shocking Statistic Suggests Donald Trump Might Actually be Winning the US-China Trade War

As storm clouds continue to gather over Donald Trump’s presidency, new data released by the U.S. government on Wednesday provided a rare moment of respite, with news that the country’s trade deficit has narrowed with imports falling faster than exports. Figures released by the Department of Commerce show that the difference between exports and imports dropped by 11.5 percent to $ 49.3 billion from $ 55.7 billion in October. This fall is primarily due to a fall in imports of consumer goods. While a drop of this magnitude would normally be a cause for concern as it signifies a drop in domestic

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