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Market X-Ray: Want to Invest in Infrastructure? Consider These Stocks

In this bonus episode of “Investing Insights,” Dave Sekera, chief U.S. market strategist for Morningstar Research Services, discusses the infrastructure debate in Washington and the companies that could benefit from new spending. Welcome to “Market X-Ray.” Our new podcast looks at investment opportunities and risks beyond the market headlines. Want to hear more? Let us know at

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Companies mentioned in this episode:

Caterpillar (CAT); Deere (DE); US Concrete (USCR); 3M (MMM); Emerson (EMR); Honeywell (HON); Hubbell (HUBB); Fluor (FLR), Volkswagen (VWAPY); BMW (BMWYY); Ford (F); General Motors (GM); Tesla (TSLA); Sociedad Quimica Y Minera De Chile (SQM); Livent (LTHM); BorgWarner (BWA); DuPont (DD); American Electric Power (AEP); and Edison International (EIX)



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