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Stocks rocketed on Wednesday in Wall Streets best day in 10 years, snapping a stomach-churning, four-day losing streak and giving some post-Christmas cheer to a market that has been battered this December.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average shot up more than 1,000 points — its biggest single-day point gain ever — rising nearly 5 percent as investors returned from a one-day Christmas break. The broader S&P 500 index also gained 5 percent, and the technology-heavy Nasdaq rose 5.8 percent.

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But even with the rally, the market remains on track for its worst December since 1931, during the depths of the Depression, and could finish 2018 with its steepest losses in a decade.

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The real question is: Do we have follow-through for the rest of this week? said Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist for CFRA.

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Technology companies, health care stocks and banks drove much of the broad rally. Retailers also were big gainers, after a holiday shopping season marked by robust spending. Amazon had its biggest gain in more than a year.

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Energy stocks also rebounded as the price of U.S. crude oil posted its biggest one-day increase in more than two years.

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But what really might have pushed stocks over the top was a signal from Washington that President Donald Trump would not try to oust the chairman of the Federal Reserve.

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In recent days, Trumps tweet attacks on the Fed and chairman Jerome Powell for raising interest rates stoked fears about the central banks independence, unnerving the market.

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The partial government shutdown that began over the weekend also weighed on the market, as did personnel turmoil inside the Trump administration, trade tensions with China, the slowing global economy and worries that corporate profits are going to slip sooner or later.
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Confidence was also boosted by White House assurances that Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell's job was safe.
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NOEL KING, HOST:

President Trump usually takes a lot of pride in the stock market.

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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: The stock market has hit record numbers.

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The stock market is hitting one all-time record after another.

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The stock market is soaring to record levels.

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The stock market has smashed one record after another.

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Well, what a difference a couple of weeks can make. The market the president once touted is now headed for its worst December since the Great Depression. And a bad month could make for a bad year, as stocks are on track for their worst year since 2008.

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KING: All right. So how did we get to this point? NPR's business editor Uri Berliner is with us. Good morning, Uri.

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URI BERLINER, BYLINE: Good morning.

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KING: So market downturns do happen. Why is this one happening right now?

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BERLINER: Well, the market's been volatile and going largely downhill for about three months now. You know, you can blame any number of culprits - higher interest rates, the trade dispute with China, Brexit, the gloss coming off some of the big tech companies that investors love so much, like Google and Facebook.

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But what's happened in the last few days seems to really be coming directly from Washington and the Trump administration. You've had the resignation of Defense Secretary James Mattis, the partial government shutdown and another attack by President Trump against the Federal Reserve. So the turmoil and conflict in Washington has gone to just another level, if that's possible.

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KING: So President Trump seems to be setting his sights on the Federal Reserve. He tweeted yesterday that the only problem with the economy is the Federal Reserve. How much does the Fed actually influence markets versus what the president says about the Fed influencing markets?

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BERLINER: Well, the Fed policy is just one of a number of factors that influences markets. Other things, like corporate earnings and consumer spending and the global economy and geopolitics and also what a president says and does. But Fed policy does move markets.

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KING: There were reports over the weekend that President Trump was considering removing Fed Chair Jerome Powell. Can the president do that?

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BERLINER: Well, as far as we know, no president has ever tried to fire the Fed chairman, so the answer to that isn't entirely clear.

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The law says members of the Federal Reserve Board, including the Fed chair - they can be removed by the president, but for cause. And presumably, that means breaking the law or some highly unethical act, not a disagreement over interest rates. At least that's the way it's been interpreted by legal scholars, but that statute's never really been tested.

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KING: That's interesting. OK. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin made kind of a strange move over the weekend. He called the heads of six top banks, and those bankers then told him, you know, nothing's out of the ordinary. Banks have plenty of liquidity for lending. Mnuchin then tweeted that, which seems like an attempt to calm things down.

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But it's worth noting that bank lending is not the issue that people are worried about, right?

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BERLINER: Right. And that was what was so unusual, or even strange, about that - not that the Treasury secretary met with the heads of the big banks. That's fairly normal. It is somewhat unusual to tweet about it.

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But whether or not borrowers have enough access to credit from banks - that hasn't been raised at all as a concern. So instead of, you know, addressing market fears and concerns, it just seemed to elevate them. The market didn't really like that.

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KING: And, Uri, last question for you - is it worth trying to predict whether or not this slide in the markets will continue?

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BERLINER: It's not worth me trying to predict it. I can't do that.

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(LAUGHTER)

BERLINER: Markets go up and down. At a certain point, they reach a bottom, and people start buying in. But I have no idea whether we're anywhere near that.

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KING: NPR's Uri Berliner exercising restraint there. Thanks, Uri.

BERLINER: You're welcome.



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Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

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ǡȤФͻδˤ褦ʤȤ⡹äȤȤǤʤΤǤ礦?

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ȤȤǡζޤȾݻƤ屡ǡɷǧʤȸС

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ܡĺ񶭤ɤᤰIJΩ³1222

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ȥ׻ϻdzΤᡢ屡ǤñȾDzķǤ褦³ѹ롢ֳˤΥץפȤ褦ޤΥߥåޥͥ뱡̳ƯƤ뤬ޥͥİϤζüʵIJбˤϾöŪ

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2/3λǤϤʤ60ɼɬפʤΤȡ

ǡ٤BBCαѸθǧƤߤȡ

BBC

US shutdown looks set to drag through Christmas
But Mr Trump does not have the 60 votes in the 100-seat Senate he needs to get the House budget passed.
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BBC󤸤Ƥޤ

A partial US government shutdown is now all but assured after US lawmakers failed to break a budget impasse.

Mr Trump, who has to sign off any deal, is insisting $5.7bn (4.5bn) in government funding be included to help build his long-promised US border wall.

Despite last-minute talks, lawmakers began to adjourn on Friday evening.

Without a new agreement in place, funding for about a quarter of all US federal agencies will lapse at 00:00 local time (05:00 GMT Saturday).

It means the departments of Homeland Security, Transportation, Agriculture, State, and Justice will begin to shutdown and federal national parks and forests will also close.

The partial shutdown, the third of 2018, will impact hundreds of thousands of workers.


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