This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose sharply Friday following a robust U.S. jobs report, and after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the central bank will be 'patient' when it comes to raising interest rates.
All three major indices dropped more than 2% Thursday.
Stocks turn slightly higher on the first trading day of 2019 following weaker-than-expected manufacturing data from China.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average sinks Monday after the blue-chip index fell 6.9% last week, its worst week since 2008.
Blame game continues over weekend into shutdown that will leave 800,000 federal workers uncertain about their jobs and services over the holiday season.
With the Senate adjourned, a deal is not expected until Dec. 27 at the earliest.
Equities have a calmer outlook in 2019, but a flight to safety may still happen.
Shutdown to affect 800,000 federal workers during holiday season as negotiators struggle to come to deal.
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