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U. S. stocks recorded their best weekly gains since November 2020. Investors took rising U. S. interest rates and uncertainty from the war in Ukraine in stride.
U. S. stocks extended their decline. Investors fretted over the economic impact of the Ukraine war, rising commodity prices, and mounting inflation.
U. S. stocks sold off. Events in Ukraine & rising oil prices took center stage. Investors sought safety in Treasuries. The Fed calmed interest rate fears.
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The standoff between Russia & the West over Ukraine and the uncertainty on interest rate policy pushed U. S. stocks to their second straight weekly loss.
U. S. stocks broke their two-week uptrend. Investors worried about uncontrolled inflation, rising bond yields, and deepening tensions between Russia & Ukraine.
U. S. stocks posted their second straight weekly gain after a bumpy ride. The 10-year bond yield surged to levels last seen only before the pandemic.
Stocks rose 29% in 2021 while earnings grew 45%. Stocks have gotten off to a rocky start in 2022, losing 7% quickly. Will the stock market go up in 2022?
U. S. stocks extended their losing streak. Growth stocks came under pressure. Bond yields jumped on concerns the Fed would forcefully control inflation.
U. S. stocks fell for a second straight week in 2022, weighed by disappointing earnings reports from banks and weaker-than-expected economic data.