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Dow Sits at Record Highs as Investors Await President's Speech

Dow Record, President Trump, Speech, Taxes, Trade, Infrastructure, Wilbur Ross, Commerce Secretary, Warren Buffett, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, South Korea, Samsung, Bribery, Embezzlement

The Dow Jones Industrial Average will try for 13 straight record setting sessions. The blue chips are on the longest record setting streak in 30 years. Investors are waiting for President Trump's speech tonight where he is expected to detail policy proposals on taxes, trade, health care, jobs and infrastructure. Also, last night the U.S. Senate confirmed Wilbur Ross as Commerce Secretary. Apple (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. (AAPL) Report  shareholders are gathering in Cupertino, California today for the annual meeting. The meeting comes as investor Warren Buffett disclosed that he more than doubled his holdings in the tech giant in January, stating it has a 'sticky product'. Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) - Get BRK.A Report  now owns 133 million shares of Apple, a 2.5% stake in the firm, that is worth $17 billion. South Korean officials have officially charged a Samsung heir with bribery and embezzlement, according to several reports. 4 other executives are also being indicted for alleging taking money in exchange for favorable ruling on a merger.

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