It Was A Record-Breaking Day On Wall Street

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Market Recap for Thursday, July 11, 2019

Dow Jones ($INDU, +0.85%) 27000 is in the record books as another milestone has been reached on Wall Street.  The S&P 500 ($SPX, +0.23%) also set another record high close, but fell just short of closing above the psychological 3000 level.  The SPX finished at 2999.91.  The NASDAQ ($COMPQ, -0.08%) had a bit of a roller coaster ride, from positive to negative and then rallying in the final two hours to nearly complete the all-time high trifecta.  The Russell 2000 ($RUT, -0.46%) did what it's been doing for the past year.....badly lagging:

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