Here’s Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Falling This Week

Here’s Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Falling This Week

When interest rates increase, borrowing costs increase too. This pinches the bottom line of companies that need to borrow in order to finance growth.

As a result, higher interest rates can restrict economic growth.

And that’s bad for investor returns in much the same way slowing jobs growth is.

via Money Morning Here’s Why the Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Falling This Week

Remember that there is a HUGE injection of capital into the stock market via the Trump tax bill, so the fact that stocks are dropping in price despite this injection of hundreds of BILLIONS is very worrying.

Has the artificial stimulus of repatriated profits hidden overseas finally come to an end?

Will Trump do something to stimulate the economy right before the election and not allow it to drop?

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