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US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
Trader John Panin, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea have been on investors' minds recently, and on Monday global markets advanced as the situation didn't get any worse. In the U.S., bond prices fell, sending yields higher. That helped bank stocks because rising yields mean banks can charge higher interest rates on loans. AP/Richard Drew
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
  • US Stocks Set Records as Irma and North Korea Worries Fade
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