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The Dow Jones Industrial Average Index rose 36.28 points for a 0.13% increase today. The S&P 500 Index gained 0.07% while tech ETFs mirrored that increase.

The Dow continues to trade just below its all-time high. Analysts are watchful as stocks' valuations rise, making them expensive at their current prices.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen 51.5 points today—up for the eighth consecutive trading session. The DJIA is up 1,100 points since September 3.

In another setback, Boeing's (BA) long-haul and wide-body 777X variant failed a stress test. The test was part of the FAA's certification process.

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Index's outperformance was mainly due to an increase in two of its high-weighted stocks—Boeing (BA) and Apple (AAPL).

Despite the trade war and the inverted yield curve, the S&P 500 Index is down 1.8% this month. Its resiliency reflects the US consumer sector’s strength.

US steel stocks have risen sharply on Tuesday. The Trump administration has delayed the tariffs on some Chinese products until December.

Today, bond yields are sinking and stock markets are tanking as markets become fearful of an upcoming recession.

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones fell while other major US indexes moved up. The Dow was mainly pulled down by two of its high-weighted stocks—Boeing (BA) and Caterpillar (CAT).