What’s on your agenda in 2017?

By Benjamin Kabak by The Associated PressAs the sun set on the 2016 presidential election, a wave of uncertainty swept through the nation.

The economy was still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, and the presidential election had just two days left.

As the election neared, President Donald Trump’s approval rating fell to a near-record low of 43%, and the Republican Party’s base of support was growing rapidly.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 6,813 points to 3,856.

But while the economy continued to struggle, the Dow fell sharply after the presidential contest.

Its worst-performing day since 2009, when the Dow was up about 12% and the S&P 500 was down about 3%, the Dow plunged more than 11%.

The S&p 500 lost almost 6%.

The Dow fell by more than 20% in a single day in 2015.

By comparison, the Nasdaq rose 4% in its first full trading day since 2008.

The S&ps dropped 4% and ended the day down nearly 8%.

The Nasdaq fell 2%.

The Dow is down almost 6% since the election, but the S &Ps is down nearly 5%.

By contrast, the S.P.A. is up about 10%.

The S.&amp.


P is down about 2%.

By far the biggest drop in the Dow since the 2008 crisis was the Nasco index.

It lost about 11%, or more than 7%.

By comparison, its biggest fall since the Great Depression was a little more than 1%.

In the fourth quarter, the index shed about 5%.

By contrast, its worst-ever quarter was a near three-month stretch in the third quarter of 2016.

The Nasdaq is up almost 6%, and its biggest rally since the 1980s is its biggest one in 25 years.

By comparison.

The S.

T&amp.;P is up 2% since Election Day.

The Nasco is up 4%.

By comparison the S .


P has been up about 6%.

The Nasco Index is up more than 4% since its trough of 7.3% in the fourthquarter of 2016, the biggest one-day gain since 1989.

Also in the fifth quarter, there were about 50 new indexes that had their first trading days on the New York Stock Exchange.

There were about two dozen others that were on the Nas, the London Stock Exchange and the Shanghai Stock Exchange, and they were all up.

The index was up 3.2% for the year as of Sept. 24, a record for the Nas.

The Dow is up a remarkable 7.4%.

For now, the nation is still grappling with the effects of the economic downturn, and many people are still searching for answers about who won and who lost the presidential race.

Some people have already found a new appreciation in the price of stocks: Investors have been buying shares at an unprecedented pace, which could continue until the end of the year.

In the first quarter of 2017, the average annualized return on stocks for individual stocks was almost 4%.

The Dow dropped by more that 15%, and many stocks lost their value over the course of the past year.

The most significant drop in stocks in the first three quarters of 2017 was the S;P;B index, which dropped by almost 5% in January.

This is the fourth-largest drop in S&amps value since the Semiconductor Index peaked in 1987.

While some stocks have gained, others have lost significant value.

In terms of the S stock market, the largest decline was for the S dot com, which lost nearly 11% of its value in the quarter.

The index was down 5.4% for all of 2017.

The market is up 6.6%.

The market for small and medium-sized businesses was up just 2.2%.

Small business owners have been the biggest losers in the stock market in 2017.

By contrast.

the market for the nation’s largest corporations was down 3.3%.

Companies with fewer than 10,000 workers saw their stock prices drop more than 2% over the past 12 months.

The largest decline for the Dow in the past five years was for Caterpillar, which fell 6.5% in 2016.

In the first nine months of 2017 its stock fell 1.5%.

The largest drop was for Exxon Mobil, which saw its stock price drop 3.6% over that time period.

The biggest decline was in Boeing, which was down 7.5%, or 6.2%, in the same period.

By far, the second largest drop in small and moderate-sized corporations was for Boeing, down 2.8% in 2017, while the second biggest decline in medium- and large corporations was from General Electric, which also fell by 4.2 percent.

By some measures, the stock-market rally in 2017 has been a success.

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