Washington Drama Gives Wall Street A Roller Coaster

Wochit Headline News - Saturday, 20 May 2017
A weaker U.S. dollar may help keep the profit momentum rolling and support share prices in the weeks to come, with S&P 500 companies set to notch their strongest quarterly earnings growth in about six years. A dramatic week in Washington rattled financial markets. One possible silver lining for stock investors was the weaker dollar. It can support earnings of U.S. multinational companies with large foreign operations. Following reports that U.S.

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