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On this day in 1929, the New York Stock Exchange set a record for what?
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This morning, futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 were slated to build on yesterday’s positive momentum. Although the 10-year Treasury yield was elevated today, it was not approaching its 14-month record.
Today investors will pore over income and spending data from the Commerce Department. Economists anticipate that income fell 7%, while spending dropped 0.8% in the month of February.
And the office-sharing company WeWork has reached a new agreement to go public. Meanwhile, shares of GameStop increased about 10% during premarket trading after gaining 52% yesterday.
Tesla forced CEO Elon Musk to get rid of a tweet that appeared to threaten labor organizers, and the company was also told to rehire an employee who was a union advocate.
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During an interview yesterday, former President Donald Trump reacted to his successor’s first-ever press conference.
“Well, they were strange questions, and they were asked in a very interesting way,” Trump said. “It was like softballs, like you are throwing softballs up, and it’s just a different world. Nobody has seen anything like it. You know it. You know it better than anybody. You cover it so well. And it’s very sad to watch, actually, they are feeding him questions. They are easy questions. I noticed Peter Doocy didn’t get to ask a question today.”
Biden appeared to use a reference sheet of paper to determine which reporters he would take questions from, and many conservative news organizations were not included in that pool. Big surprise there, I know.
“And there could be no difficult questions,” Trump continued. “And they were ready to rip the microphone away if somebody did get a little bit testy. You know, he just, look, the whole thing is ridiculous. You know it, and so do I.”
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