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Tansy_Gold

(17,845 posts)
Thu Feb 15, 2024, 05:55 PM Feb 15

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Friday, 16 February 2024 [View all]

STOCK MARKET WATCH: Friday, 16 February 2024



Previous SMW:
SMW for 15 February 2024




AT THE CLOSING BELL ON 15 February 2024


Dow Jones 38,773.12 +348.85 (0.91%)
S&P 500 5,029.73 +29.11 (0.58%)
Nasdaq 15,906.17 +47.03 (0.30%)





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Quote for the Day:

They declared that many of the most important and controversial questions left to lawmakers were instead answered by the Constitution itself, and that the kind of experimentation Roosevelt proposed was strictly off limits. The battle that emerged between Roosevelt and the Supreme Court was about far more than whether the New Deal would stand or fall. It was about whether the solutions to America’s most vexing problems were preordained—and whether the American people had the right to prefer Roosevelt’s bold experimentation to Hoover’s stoic confidence in the old ways.

Ian Millhiser. Injustices: The Supreme Court's History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted. Bold Type Books / Hachette. © 2016.





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