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Stock Market Today: Market Simmers, But Marijuana Stocks Blaze On

Tuesday's trading session was a mostly mixed affair from the start, albeit one that still managed to push (some of?) the major indices even further into record territory, if only marginally.

A proposed $1.9 billion stimulus plan came further into focus, with President Joe Biden saying he agreed with a setting thresholds for the $1,400 direct payments: Individuals earning up to $75,000 (and households earning up to $150,000) would be eligible for the full amount.

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