Wall Street Reacts to Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

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As details surrounding President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan or the Fourth Stimulus Package continue to get released, Wall Street’s initial reaction was positive.

A part of the Infrastructure Plan includes almost $2 trillion in spending over the span of 8 years as a way to boost the economy and to create a substantial amount of jobs.

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