S&P 500 suffers worst day since Trump victory on policy delay fears

Concerns on promised tax cuts

Tom Eckett
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S&P 500 suffers worst day since Trump victory on policy delay fears

US equities recorded their worst day's trading since the election of President Trump last November, with the S&P 500 falling 1.2%, on fears of delays to proposed tax cuts and other pro-growth policies.

The Dow Jones fell 237.85 points to close at 20,668.01 while the S&P 500 dropped to 2,344.02 on concerns President Trump will struggle to get some of his policies through Congress, such as the repeal of...

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