Jeff Bezos becomes the first $100 billion mogul to top Forbes’ annual rankings of the world’s richest people, and the president’s fortune takes a hit despite stock market surge.
The Dow Jones industrial average falls 420 points, or 1.7 percent, to 24,608, on worries that the president's planned tariffs will lead to retaliation from other countries.
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“They were like death. And un-American,” he says about Democrats at the State of the Union speech. “Somebody said treasonous. Can we call that treason? Why not?”
The slump began Friday, as investors worried that signs of higher inflation and interest rates could derail the U.S. economy.
Amid weak earnings reports from Exxon Mobil, Google's parent company and others in the technology and energy sectors, the market has its worst week in two years.
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The new mark comes just five weeks after 24,000 was reached in an eight-year rally that continues to confound skeptics.