The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 26,000 point milestone at the opening bell on Tuesday.
While the stock market saw its 50th record high close under President Trump, David Asman and Melissa Francis took a look back at dire predictions some observers made on Election Night 2016.
The major U.S. stock indexes have been on a tear lately, hitting new record highs based on optimism that President-elect Donald Trump's proposed policies would stimulate economic growth.
The Down Jones Industrial Average plunged 231 points as the United States and Russia ramp up rhetoric over the Ukraine crisis and amid concerns over the Chinese economy.
A group that supports Syria’s President Assad has claimed responsibility for a bogus tweet that sent the Dow plunging 143 points in just three minutes. The hackers attacked the Associated Press’ Twitter account reporting that explosions had rocked the White House and President Obama had been hurt. The fake tweet erased some $42 billion in just those three minutes.
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