The market returned mixed results last week, with the Russell 2000 and the Nasdaq advancing, while the Global Dow, the Dow, and the S&P 500 shed value.
The Federal Reserve projected that interest rates would remain higher for longer than expected, which might lead to a slowing of the economy. Crude oil prices ended last week slipping marginally. The dollar and gold prices eked out gains.
The markets turned in a lackluster week, with only the Dow able to eke out a gain. The remaining benchmark indexes listed here lost value as investors tried to digest mixed economic data, this week's Federal Reserve meeting, and the impact of the United Auto Workers...
Wall Street saw stocks slide lower last week, with each of the benchmark indexes closing in the red. Trading was choppy throughout the holiday-shortened week as traders anticipated this week’s inflation data.
The markets enjoyed their best week since June, with each of the benchmark indexes listed here posting solid gains.
After another week of strong economic data, investors seemed to accept that the Fed may not be done lifting interest rates after all — and that Wall Street might have started celebrating the end of the rate-hike cycle too soon.
Stocks have been relatively soft so far in August, which is not out of the ordinary.
Stocks endured a losing week for the first time since early July.
Stocks enjoyed a favorable week of returns, with each of the benchmark indexes listed here posting solid gains.
Last week saw stocks close generally higher, with only the tech-heavy Nasdaq slipping lower.
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