The Dow Jones has demonstrated an underwhelming performance in the last seven days, deleting nearly 400 points in less than four days during which the market was open. On February 12, senior lawmakers on the House and Senate Appropriations Committees achieved a deal to build 55 miles of the southern border wall with a budget of $1.38 billion. The deal prevented a government shutdown from occurring by the month’s end and it is expected to ease the tension in domestic politics, which could fuel the appetite of both investors and companies to move the U.S. stock market forward. On Monday,

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