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Equities held steady this week as investors digested the latest FOMC policy directive, which was released on Wednesday afternoon.
Stocks rallied to new record highs this week, making up for last week's decline, following Hurricane Irma's weaker-than-expected Florida landfall.
The major U.S. indices moved lower this week as tensions with North Korea and Hurricane Irma weighed on investor sentiment.
Wall Street had a disappointing week, its second in a row, as investors continued to drag the major U.S. indices from their all-time highs.
Well, what can I say - North Korea. Wall Street took it on the chin this week as a war of words between the U.S. and North Korea prompted investors to take some profits on the heels of the stock market's most recent run to new record highs.
Investors had a massive pile of earnings reports to work through this week, and the results were generally positive.
Our latest newsletter features articles and market commentary from Mike Booker, Mike Minter, Kevin Nelson, Bryan Zschiesche, and Will Goodson.
This report features world capital market performance and a timeline of events for the past quarter.
The stock market got off to a slow start this week, but Fed Chair Janet Yellen's semiannual testimony before Congress sparked a rally in the midweek session that lingered all the way into Friday's closing bell.
The stock market endured some volatility, which resulted in a lower finish for the major indices.

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