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Markets Live Recap: The FOMO Rally Heats Up

Despite hardly any positive news, Wall Street continued putting more cash to work on Wednesday as investors bid stocks another 2% higher.

They're betting that we're going to have a smooth reopening of the economy even as coronavirus infections continue higher and protests against police brutality fuel nationwide social unrest.

Here's what our experts - Chris Johnson and Shah Gilani - saw at the open and close of the trading day, today June 3...

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Continues Historic December Slump as Shutdown Looms

The Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to bleed red as investors pour out of stocks and flock to bonds in the wake of the Federal Reserve's decision to hike interest rates this week.

The Dow hit a 14-month low after shedding another 500 points on Thursday.

This morning, Dow Futures were off another 60 points in premarket hours.

The threat of a U.S. government shutdown is only exacerbating investor fears as well.

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Your Friday Briefing: Everything You Need to Know About the Dow Jones Today in Three Minutes

The Dow Jones today jumped in premarketed trading after the U.S. Labor Department announced that the U.S. economy added 157,000 jobs in July.

That figure fell short of the 190,000 spots that economists had projected.

It was also the lowest increase in positions since March 2018.

However, the 3.9% unemployment rate is close to the lowest level that we've seen the official unemployment rate since the late 1960s.


3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in June 2018

Every portfolio should include reliable dividend stocks as a way to supplement your income.

And the top dividend stocks to buy in June could reward investors with gains of up to 280%…

Best of all, our top dividend stocks for June all have products their customers need.

No matter what the stock market does, no matter what's in the news, people will wake up and buy these companies' products. Over and over again.