A monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: BloombergA monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: Bloomberg
A monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: Bloomberg

Wall Street sinks on Michael Flynn report but pares losses on news US tax bill will win approval

Topic |   Stocks
A monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: BloombergA monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: Bloomberg
A monitor displays stock ticker information on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). US stocks initially fell on news on a report that Michael Flynn would say that President Donald Trump directed him to contact Russians but rebounded as the US Senate got closer to approving a sweeping tax bill. Photo: Bloomberg
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