NetworkNewsBreaks – Breaking News: Dow Rockets above 20,000, Clinches Milestone under Trump Administration

No matter your view on President Trump, there’s no arguing his initial influence on the markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) this morning jumped more than 100 points to cross the 20,000 mark for the first time in its 120-year history. The rally comes despite a flurry of controversy as the new Administration sets the pen to abortion, illegal voting, a border wall, and other social issues. While CNBC’s Jim Cramer recently discussed how President Trump’s plan to cut taxes would grow the economy, the Dow’s milestone could also reflect economic solidarity and recent jobs report attributed to former President Obama.

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