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Wall Street Today:

Here are the top stories from Wall Street from The Associated Press for Wednesday, November 24.

Inflation, Oil Price Worries Leave Markets Unsteady

The Dow and S&P 500 rose slightly, while Nasdaq lost ground.

Samsung To Build Semiconductor Factory In Texas

Samsung wants to have the factory operating by 2024.

Holiday Car Prices Show Steep Increase

Low inventory and high demand has raised the average price of a new car to $45,000.

Dollar Tree Makes It Official: Prices Are Higher

The retailer is raising the price of everything it sells to $1.25.

You can see more of today’s news about the economy from The Associated Press Business page.

Discussion (1 comments)

    Tom Syde July 28, 2021 / 7:21 am

    I HAVE BEEN SAYING FOR YEARS DO NOT TRUST THE SMILING CHINESE GOVERNMENT.
    LOOK WHAT THEY ARE DOING WITH THE COPPER MARKET, they are pushing the West
    to the brink the old line give them an inch and they take a yard.

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