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Dow Jones Industrial Average Opens Flat as Markets Eye China Trade, U.S. Midterm Elections

The Dow Jones Industrial Average moved little in premarket trading as investors continued to monitor ongoing trade developments with China.

But the big news this week is tomorrow's busy midterm election.

Forecasters project that Democrats will win back the U.S. House of Representatives and reinstall Nancy Pelosi as Speaker.

Republicans are expected to hold onto the Senate.


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Dow Jones Today Slides as Bull Market Enters Historic 3,453rd Day

The Dow Jones today fell 38-points Wednesday morning as the bull market became the longest in U.S. history.

At 3,453 days, the current bull market is now the longest period of uninterrupted market gains in American history.

The market's run began on March 9, 2009 when the Dow sat at 6,500.

Since then, the index has jumped nearly 20,000 points while market favorites like Netflix and have experienced even greater gains.

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Your Thursday Briefing: Dow Rallies 200 Points as Chinese Trade Relations Thaw

The Dow Jones today jumped over 200 points in premarket hours on reports that China's commerce ministry will send a trade delegation to Washington later this month.

After a failed meeting with American officials in July, trade relations between the two nations have continued to deteriorate, squeezing American manufacturers and putting pressure on the Renminbi, China's currency.