On a day when the stock market closed down to its lowest levels since November of last year, it was hard to imagine the stock markets were so high.
For the most part, stock prices were lower, but they were in the red.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,982.63 and the S&P 500 finished with its lowest level in three months at 2,664.71.
The Nasdaq composite dropped 5.21 percent, and the Russell 2000 closed down 4.1 percent.
But that was not the whole story.
The broader market continued to rally, with the S & P 500 up 4.6 percent and the Nasdaq down 4 percent.
The market rallied when Donald Trump was sworn in as president, and as we enter the new year, that was a welcome reversal from the stock declines seen during the past year.
In the stock rally, the Dow was down 0.4 percent in early morning trading.
The S&s was down 1.3 percent, while the Russells was down 5.2 percent.
The index had already been hit by the Brexit vote and Trump’s inauguration, but the market had a strong run up to the end of the year.
The S&ams had been trending higher for a while, and now, they have recovered enough that they are up more than 8 percent this year.
The Russells has rallied 2.6%.
The Dow is back to its long-term average and the Dow is down about 30 points from its low on January 4, 2020, when it closed at 23,988.20.
The index was up about 10 percent from last year.
It is also the highest level since June of this year, when the S.&.;P.
500 finished down 1,093.28 points.
The Dow, which had fallen nearly 3 percent from the end the year to January of this one, is still up about 20 points from the start of this season.
The stock market has been soaring in the wake of the Brexit and the Trump election, which has been particularly bad for stocks, but it has also been a boon for investors.
The stock market rallied at the end last year as the economy and the jobs market rebounded from the recession, which saw many jobs leave the country.
This year, many Americans are feeling more confident about the economy.
A survey from The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday showed that Americans now have more confidence than ever in the economy, and they think the unemployment rate is low.
The stock rally also brought back memories of what happened during the Great Recession, when stocks fell during the depths of the downturn and investors had to take losses.
The financial crisis, which started in the late 1990s, had an impact on the market, and people lost money.
It was an economic recession, and stock prices collapsed.
That caused a huge drop in the stock index, which ended up hurting consumers and businesses.
The current market rally has also brought out some people who were more worried about the stock crash.
It’s hard to say whether the stock prices rally will continue this year as they did last year because there are more jobs than ever, but investors will want to keep a close eye on the stock price.
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