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Wall Street Today:

Here are the top stories from Wall Street from The Associated Press for Thursday, May 19.

Sharp Declines Hit Major Stock Indexes

The Dow Jones lost more than 1,100 points on Wednesday.

Big Retailers Struggle With Rising Costs, Customer Demands

Target and Walmart reported first quarter losses as their costs rise.

Ford Recalls 350,000 Trucks Due To Fire Risk

Ford is advising owners to part outdoors and away from buildings.

Spirit Airlines Tells Shareholders To Reject Hostile Bid From JetBlue

Spirit rejected JetBlues purchase offer of $3.2 billion earlier this month.

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

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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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