US stocks up despite higher inflation, Dow up 1.0%, Nasdaq rises 1.9%

By straitstimes.business
2018.02.14. 23:00
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February 15, 2018 6:00 AMNEW YORK (AFP) - Wall Street stocks finished solidly higher on Wednesday (Feb 14), rising for a fourth straight session, after weak retail sales data offset investor concerns over a jump in inflation.



straitstimes.business - US stocks up despite higher inflation, Dow up 1.0%, Nasdaq rises 1.9%
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