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The dollar dropped for a fourth consecutive session Monday, along with U.S. Treasuries after President Trump criticized his own appointed Fed Chairman's interest-rate hikes.

Trump said he is not "thrilled" with the Fed raising interest rates, suggesting that U.S policy makers take a break from policy normalization while he carries out his protectionist policies.

The cannabis industry's growing competitive landscape means companies must stand out in some way to succeed.

Midway through trading Tuesday, the Dow traded up 0.18 percent to 25,804.13 while the NASDAQ climbed 0.46 percent to 7,857.25. The S&P also rose, gaining 0.23 percent to 2,863.59.

Canadian cannabis consumers overwhelmingly are turning to the plant for relaxation and pain relief, though nearly half of them do not know what they are consuming, according to new research by New Frontier Data.

A basket of emerging market currencies was sold off this week fuelling speculation that the Turkish Lira's losses could be spreading to other economies. Emerging market currencies such as the South African Rand, Argentinian Peso and the Indian Rupee all saw significant declines this week.

Each day, Benzinga takes a look back at a notable market-related moment that occurred on this date.

What Happened?

On this day 20 years ago, Long Term Capital Management lost $533 million on Russian bonds.

Turmoil in Turkey. An ongoing trade spat involving the U.S. and China. A recent pullback in oil prices. Those factors and more are weighing on emerging markets equities.

Shares of homebuilders are on a roll after luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc (NYSE: TOL) reported forecast-beating third-quarter earnings, revenues and home deliveries.

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Retail earnings make it clear there are at least two "resurrection stories," according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.