A Government Shutdown Is Looming. What History Says It Means for the Stock Market.

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Stocks usually make a quick recovery after a prolonged government shutdown of five days or more. Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg Text size The White House told federal agencies to prepare for a shutdown beginning next week if Congress fails to come to an agreement over government funding. How did the stock market react? The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average finished the week with slight gains. A cautious market isn’t out of the ordinary before a potential government shutdown.
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