Confronted By Major Political Crisis, The U.S. Financial System Barely Blinked
In a week in which American democracy confronted a major political crisis, the stock market barely blinked. The Justice Department appointed Robert S. Mueller III, a former F.B.I. director, as special counsel to investigate ties between President Trump's campaign and Russian officials, but the stock market remained near its record all-time high. Why?
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