The Dow Jones industrial average reached 21,000 for the first time on March 1, extending a rally that began with President Trump’s election in November and ignited by the prospect of tax cuts, an easing of regulations and higher spending for infrastructure.
The Dow Jones industrial average reached 21,000 for the first time on March 1, extending a rally that began with President Trump’s election in November and ignited by the prospect of tax cuts, an easing of regulations and higher spending for infrastructure. Richard Drew AP
The Dow Jones industrial average reached 21,000 for the first time on March 1, extending a rally that began with President Trump’s election in November and ignited by the prospect of tax cuts, an easing of regulations and higher spending for infrastructure. Richard Drew AP

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