In this month’s recap: the emerging coronavirus reins in the bulls on Wall Street, trade deals make headlines, the United Kingdom makes its Brexit, and confident U.S. households help the economy keep its pace.
The S&P 500 Index originally began in 1926 as the “Composite Index” comprised of only 90 stocks. In 1957 the index expanded to include the 500 components we now have today. The S&P 500 historical … Read More
In this month’s recap: another rate cut from the Federal Reserve, a strong hint of a partial U.S.-China trade deal, and stocks reach record heights again
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