The major indexes ended the day mixed and the week in negative territory as investors paused while changes to health care policy were debated in Washington.
Stocks wobbled throughout the session as investors awaited the crucial House vote on the proposed health care bill and what it might signal for the future of the Trump administration’s economic policy initiatives.
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Stocks ended mixed, as the markets continued weighing the prospects of the Trump administration’s pro-growth policies.
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The G20 summit released a closely watched statement outlining the policy priorities of fiscal ministers from its 20 member countries.
The major indexes posted their biggest daily declines of the year, as investors began to reassess whether Trump administration pro-growth policies would be delayed in the wake of a troubled health care bill and a newly announced FBI investigation.
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Stocks ended the session mixed and little changed.