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Stock Market Today: New Stimulus Plan Fails to Stimulate Stocks

A week of drowsy trading got no lift from the latest prospect of more government spending.

President-Elect Joe Biden on Thursday evening unveiled a $1.9 trillion "American Rescue Plan" that includes a number of provisions, including $1,400 stimulus checks, supplemental unemployment benefits and a $15-per-hour federal minimum wage.

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