There was big news in the financial world Tuesday (March 5), as the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a new record and analysts offered their take on what the milestone means in the short- and long-term. WLUK, Fox 11 reporter Ben Krumholz turned to UW-Green Bay Associate Finance Prof. Bill Lepley, who provided some context for a story that aired during the evening news. “Whenever the market goes up,” Lepley said, “you’re basically seeing the result of a vote — where people are voting with their dollars. The vote could go the other way two days from now, or two months from now.” Full story.
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9 Jan, 2020