Fourth-quarter results, even with the dollar's drag, are mostly beating Wall Street's expectations and helping provide a buffer to some of the uncertainties facing investors, including the new US president's policies. The S&P 500 ended with a slight gain for the week.
Stocks were smacked hard Wednesday by concerns that China's economy will begin to feel the pain of a selloff that has erased more than 32 percent from Shanghai stocks.
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