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The Dow Jones industrial average zoomed past the 21,000 mark for the first time on Wednesday as stocks resumed their record-setting rally.
United States stocks powered to fresh records on Wednesday (March 1), with the Dow topping 21,000 for the first time, after President Donald Trump struck a more conciliatory note in a major address Tuesday night.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI), an index of the share values of 30 large, established companies, jumped almost 1.5 percent between market close Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon, closing at around 21,112 points.
As more investors feared of risks that may follow after Trump's speech, the selling of shares from different assets and equities grew higher on fears of comments from Trump which would be against the market's wishes.
The Dow fell 19 points, or 0.1 percent, to 20,816.
The S&P 500 index gained 25.09 points to 2,388.73 while the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite index was up 53.44 points at 5,878.88. Nine months later, on October 19, 1987, the Dow plummeted more than 500 points, or about 22 percent, on what became known as Black Monday. The benchmark index finished February with its best monthly gain since March, climbing 3.7 percent.
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Financial stocks surged 2.6 percent, the most since November 14. This is helping boost fellow defense stocks throughout the region, which are also higher after Trump promised a "historic increase" in military spending. "In summary, we did not learn much [on Tuesday] that would influence our economic outlook".
Rate hike hopes were on the rise after New York Fed President Bill Dudley told CNN's Richard Quest that the case for raising rates has become "a lot more compelling". Banks led gains among all industries.
But a CNN/ORC poll taken after the speech contended that almost 60 percent of Americans viewed President Trump's address favorably.
Wednesday's gains overshadowed the reported pricing of Snap Inc.at $17 per share, which would value the parent of the popular disappearing-message app Snapchat at nearly $24 billion and above the projected share range of $14 to $16. While Australia's trade surplus shrank unexpectedly in January, approvals to build new homes rose more-than-expected last week, separate reports showed. Investors sold off government bonds and sent the yield on the 10-year Treasury from 2.35% to 2.46%.
Crude oil prices were flat at about $54 a barrel.
"The markets saw a strong president, and they liked it", says Valliere.
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He said they have had invitations to speak at different dicasteries and "we have already received new invitations". But others in the Vatican resisted the commission's work, Collins says, leading to " constant setbacks ".
Some users have been greeted with a pop-up messaging alerting them the new service will soon be available for $5/month. Apple Music said it hit 20 million in December, adding 3 million subscribers in three months at that time.
According to Hisham al-Hashimi, a Baghdad-based writer on Islamic groups, Masri's death will be a serious blow to al-Qaeda. Al Qaida's second in command was killed in a USA drone strike in Syria on February 26, according to reports.
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The 1996 BMW 750iL has been listed for sale by California memorabilia dealer Moments in Time , the Associated Press points out. The seller posted a listing for the auto online - complete with a series of new pictures of the 21-year-old cruiser.
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