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The S&P 500 ended below the flatline for a second week, losing 0.3%. Worries of a recession, exacerbated by falling consumer sentiment, weighed on stocks.
U.S. stocks ended lower as investors worried about higher interest rates, bank failures, and debt ceiling uncertainty impacting economic growth.
U.S. stocks ended higher last week after quarterly earnings reports from Microsoft and Meta Platforms helped to overcome banking industry concerns.
U.S. stocks ended the week almost unchanged. Investors digested earnings reports and played a waiting game ahead of mega-cap earnings this week.
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.
This post features the best ETFs, Select Sector SPDRs, Fidelity funds, and S&P 500 stocks of 1Q2023, along with what to look forward to in 2Q2023.
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.
The S&P 500 index rose 2.0%, snapping its three-week losing streak. Comments from Atlanta Fed President Bostic calmed interest rate and recession fears.
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