Once Wall Street traders read beyond the headlines released early Wednesday morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, they reversed the early selloff and bid the market higher.

Under President Trump's proposed budget, the governemnt admits it can't end deficit spending, but will merely attempt to make those deficits smaller by increasing tax receipts owing to economic growth.

On the surface, the White House’s plan to rebuild America’s failing infrastructure looks like magic, and it relies heavily on the concept of “public-private partnerships” to fund the program.

The sell-off on Wall Street doesn't appear to warn of an impending recession. By nearly every measure, the economy appears to be strong and getting stronger.

With Wall Street regaining its footing following the decline that started last Thursday, commentators in the mainstream media are still searching for the decline's cause.

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