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The Dow Jones Today Could Be in for a Rocky Ride After U.S. and Iran Narrowly Avoid War

The Dow Jones today will start in the red after President Trump aborted a missile strike against Iran.

Traders will be keeping a close eye on tensions with Iran, plus China continues to play hard ball on trade.

Now, here’s a closer look at today’s Money Morning insight, the most important market events and stocks to watch...

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The Dow Jones Today Will Get Hammered by the Trade War Again

The Dow Jones today is falling on accelerated U.S-China trade war concerns.

China has blamed the United States for "backtracking" on previous negotiations.

As these and other global circumstances continue to pressure the Dow Jones Industrial Average, analysts predict a recession in less than a year.

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The $2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Makes These 2 Stocks "Must-Buys"

The United States badly needs to revitalize its infrastructure due to ongoing safety concerns and shifting demographics across the country.

Recently, Democratic leaders have agreed with President Trump that $2 trillion in spending should be allocated to rebuilding U.S. infrastructure through a bipartisan bill.

While Congress faces gridlock on a variety of other issues with President Trump, an excellent opportunity to make money from this infrastructure bill exists because it could land on his desk later this year…

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The Dow Jones Today Is Falling as Earnings Season Claims Its Latest Victim

The Dow Jones today is trending down after a major earnings miss and a surprise downgrade to index stalwarts.

The Dow Jones shed 90 points in premarket hours after analysts downgraded Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) and Home Depot (NYSE: HD) missed earnings expectations.

We'll break down these developments below, plus a tech company's shares plunged 5% amid a scandal...

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Surges 450 Points as Markets Hail Trade War Truce

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 450 points in premarket trading after a purported "truce" in trade hostilities between China and the United States at the G-20 summit.

The White House announced it will delay a scheduled tariffs hike of $200 billion in Chinese goods that was set to take effect on January first.

China has agreed to not raise tariffs on U.S. goods at the New Year deadline as well.