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The Dow Jones today is taking a hit after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that a stimulus deal before the election is looking less and less likely.
Earlier this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) said the White House’s proposal “falls significantly short” of what they believe to be expected.
More of what’s moving the Dow today, below.
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Walgreens has been hit hard by the pandemic.
While the company saw a massive boost at the beginning of the lockdown, as customers stockpiled for the unknown future, sales have been steadily declining and could wipe out its earlier gains.
So, the company began looking at options to help support the business – and it seems like it has finally settled on the next step – doctors' offices.
In an official announcement on Wednesday, the company revealed that it would be pairing with primary-care provider VillageMD to open 500 to 700 clinics in Walgreens stores across the country over the next five years.
The Dow Jones is rising again as world governments respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is flat after Iran responded to the U.S. killing of its military leader by firing missiles at a U.S. base in Iraq.
But the damages are reportedly less than initially feared.
The Dow Jones today could see meager gains after the latest statements around U.S-China trade.
The sides have been inching toward a “phase one” solution, but progress has been halted by China’s demands that President Trump limit previously-imposed tariffs.
The Dow Jones today is pointed up as the U.S. and China inch toward a complete "phase one" agreement on trade.
Also moving the Dow today: corporate earnings and Brexit news.
This week features a critical schedule of economic data that could make or break the fourth quarter for investors.