Financial Experts Raise Concerns as Biden Pushes for Major Infrastructure Plan Ahead of Vote
WASHINGTON – The market took a bad tumble yesterday after news of a resurge in COVID cases. The Dow fell 2.1 percent and the S&P fell 1.6 percent after setting a record just the week before.
In another sign of worry, over the past year, consumer prices have jumped 5.4 percent – the most since 2008.
Speaking at the White House, President Joe Biden hit back at what he called “doom and gloom” predictions and defended his record on the economy.
"In six months into my administration, the US...