Last Monday, the major benchmark indexes pulled back from record highs reached the prior week. Tech stocks took the biggest hit, dragging the Nasdaq down by 1.3%.
Last Monday, stocks began the new year down on worries over the Georgia runoff elections, a surge in COVID-19 cases, and evidence that a new strain of the virus has entered the country.
A new year offers a welcomed turn of the calendar and a fresh start. However, it is difficult to put 2020 completely behind us just yet because the COVID-19 pandemic still presents a significant threat.
Stocks jumped to record highs last Monday after President Trump signed a pandemic relief package into law.
The sudden shift to remote learning and stay-at-home orders imposed during the coronavirus pandemic forced many parents to juggle working at home…
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