Stocks weather jumpy conditions

Stocks weather jumpy conditions
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By scott miller

During the first three months of 2016, the price of crude oil soared and sank more than once. China continued its ham-fisted efforts to engineer a “soft landing.” Concern arose about a new American recession triggered by a global slowdown and the strength of the dollar. Terrorists attacked Brussels. In addition, Federal Reserve committee members publicly debated when they would, or would not, raise their benchmark rate, all against the backdrop of a raucous presidential campaign.Little wonder, then, that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and S&P 500 were at one point down at least 10 percent each. However, last week …

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