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House and Senate adjourn Friday without passing funding bill for the federal government in a shutdown spat that Trump once said he'd be "proud" to own but for which he now blames the Democrats.
Stocks plummeted again Friday after getting a boost earlier in the session from weaker-than-expected economic data that suggested the Fed may not be able to raise interest rates as quickly as anticipated. The Dow fell more than 400 points, with concerns about China trade talks weighing on investors.
President Trump says defense secretary will leave his administration after two years in post.
The Dow is headed for another 52-week low Thursday on concerns over a partial government shutdown and after the Federal Reserve hikes rates for a fourth time this year. After plunging more than 650 points, stocks pared their losses.
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Stocks plunged Wednesday afternoon following the Federal Reserve's decision to raise rates by a quarter point.
A stock rally lost steam Tuesday afternoon only to regain momentum and close in positive territory, as investors battle with slowing economic growth and rising political uncertainty.
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Stocks fall sharply Monday as investors remain cautious over the health of the world economy.
Rising inflation could be "extremely bullish" for gold in 2019.
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