Charles Payne's Market Commentary Consumers & Businesses Lead Charge 4/19/2018 - It was a more difficult day on Wednesday for the market
as IBM held the Dow Jones Industrial Average back from
what would have been a positive session that was enjoyed
by other large equity indices.
continues to play a major theme in this leg
of the market rally, a point underscored by New York Fed
President William Dudley, who commented on a recent lull
in consumer spending as a one-off, an observation echoed
in yesterday’s Fed Beige Book report where most d...
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