Wall Street stocks fell early March 27, 2017 in the first full session since Republican leaders withdrew a US health care reform bill. Photo: AFP, Bryan R. Smith
Wall Street stocks fell early March 27, 2017 in the first full session since Republican leaders withdrew a US health care reform bill. Photo: AFP, Bryan R. Smith
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Dow down, Nasdaq up, and S&P flat on Monday

Health care gains offset losses in banks and energy

March 28, 2017 3:38 AM (UTC+8)

A mixed day for US equities after all, with the Dow down, the Nasdaq up, and the S&P 500 flat.

Gains in the healthcare sector balanced declines in banks and energy. Asia Unhedged never thought the problems of one little health care bill added up to a hill of beans in this crazy world.

The more important issue is tax reform, and that is win-win as opposed to lose-lose in the case of healthcare. Nothing to see, folks. Keep moving.

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