U.S. stocks made robust gains after wholesale prices rose less than economists expected, raising hopes of easing inflation. The S&P rose 0.8% last week.
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The continuing rise of U.S. mega-cap stocks helped the S&P 500 index advance for a second straight week in the face of rising liquidity worries in Europe.
A surge in mega-cap technology stocks helped the S&P 500 gain 1.5% in the face of escalating banking sector troubles and mounting recession worries.
The S&P 500 fell 4.5% last week, its highest weekly decline since Sept. 2022. Investors worried about banking contagion after Silicon Valley Bank failed.
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