Last Thursday, the Nasdaq skyrocketed. Yet, problems with the technology could arise
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Last week, the Nasdaq did better than other indices. Nevertheless, not everything in technology is rosy.
China plans to grow by “around 5%” in 2023. Premier Li Keqiang said this Wednesday when addressing the National People’s Congress of China. According to a draft budget presented to the house, the nation’s defense spending will rise by 7.2% to 1.56 trillion yuan ($230 billion).
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US markets were able to overcome their pessimism and rally to end the week in the black, helped by dovish remarks from Fed director Raphael Bostic and a decline in US Treasury yields.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 1.17%, ending its four-week losing run and giving it a weekly gain of 1.75%. The S&P 500 increased by 1.61% for a weekly gain of 1.9% on Friday.