U. S. stocks fell for a third straight week. Recession worries rose after the Fed raised short-term interest rates by 0.75%, the steepest since 1994.
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The S&P 500 fell 5.1% after the consumer price index report dashed hopes of peaking inflation. Investors feared the Fed would sharply raise interest rates.
U. S. stocks ended their 7-week losing streak with a sizzling rally. The Fed’s preferred inflation measure suggested that inflationary pressures had peaked.
The three major U.S. stock benchmarks fell last week. The DJIA’s eighth straight weekly loss marked its longest losing streak since April 1932.
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