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Stocks traded mixed on Thursday as investors contemplated the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy decision and updated projections, which signaled a quicker path to higher interest rates than previously anticipated.
Stocks fell on Wednesday as investors considered a key monetary policy decision from the Federal Reserve, which reflected more policymakers forecasted interest rate hikes in the next two years.
Stocks retreated from record levels on Tuesday as investors considered a spate of new economic data, including a weaker-than-expected print on consumer spending during the recovery.
Stocks narrowly eked out fresh record levels as traders awaited a key monetary policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
Investors will be mainly focused on the Federal Reserve's June policy decision this week.
Stocks ended lower on Wednesday as investors considered more mixed data on the U.S. economic recovery and a resurgence in the social media-fueled "meme stocks."
Stocks were little changed Tuesday as traders considered a batch of new economic data, much of which pointed to ongoing labor shortages in the U.S. economy during the recovery.
Stocks ended mixed on Monday as investors weighed the prospects of higher inflation and rates in the U.S. against Friday's solid print on the U.S. labor market recovery.
After last week's volatile bout of stock trading, investors this week are set to focus on new labor market data, as well as a dwindling batch of quarterly earnings results.
Stocks ended lower on Thursday as investors digested a better-than-expected prints on the labor market, as well as a report that President Joe Biden would be open to revising his proposal to increase the corporate tax rate.
Stocks hugged the flat line Wednesday afternoon on the heels of a mixed session a day earlier, with the three major indexes struggling for direction ahead of key economic data reports later this week.
U.S. stocks ended mixed on Tuesday, paring earlier gains as technology stocks lost steam.
Once investors return from the long holiday weekend in the U.S., all eyes will be on the May jobs report, which will offer a look at the latest progress made in the labor market's recovery.
Stocks rose Thursday, reversing overnight declines after new jobless claims came in lower than expected, further underscoring the strength of the post-pandemic economic rebound.
Stocks traded slightly higher Wednesday as investors at least temporarily set aside concerns over rising inflation. Technology stocks outperformed and the Nasdaq rose, while the S&P 500 and Dow ended slightly above the flat line.
Stocks ended slightly lower on Tuesday after new data on consumer confidence missed expectations.
Stocks rose Monday to recover some of last week's losses, with investors' concerns over inflation at least temporarily receding.
Investors this week are poised to receive a number of key economic data reports offering the latest look at the state of inflation in the U.S., with investors and consumers alike jittery at the prospects of rising prices during the post-pandemic recovery.
Wall Street benchmarks advanced on Thursday, with investors reacting to jobless claims falling to a new COVID-19 era low, but wary of rising inflation may force the Federal Reserve to normalize monetary policy sooner rather than later.
Stocks paced toward a third straight day of declines, with technology shares leading the way lower as concerns over inflation persisted.
Stocks dipped on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq erasing earlier gains to join the S&P 500 and Dow in the red.
Stocks fell on Monday, resuming last week's declines as investors' concerns around rising inflation persisted.
This week's slate of quarterly earnings results will include big box retailers Target and Walmart. New housing market data is also set for release.
Stocks advanced on Thursday, with investors digesting the latest stronger-than-expected print on the labor market's recovery, while still eyeing spiking prices that could throttle the recovery.
Fears of rising inflation hammered Wall Street on Wednesday, with grim consumer price data sparking a sell-off in blue chip and technology shares, while amplifying new concerns about the rebound from COVID-19.
Stocks fell Tuesday, with the major indexes adding to Monday's losses as inflation concerns rose.
Stocks fell on Monday, with technology stocks under more pressure as investors weighed the risks that higher inflation during the pandemic recovery might drag on high-growth names.
Though first-quarter earnings season is winding down, a handful of major companies will still be reporting results this week, including some of the newly public names like Airbnb, Roblox and Bumble. The Commerce Department's retail sales report is also set for release, offering another update on the strength of consumer spending during the economic…
Stocks ended higher on Thursday, with the Nasdaq ending a four-day losing streak as technology stocks recovered some losses spurred by concerns over higher inflation and rates.
The S&P 500 and Dow rose while the Nasdaq extended declines on Wednesday, with growth stocks adding to losses spurred after a key policymaker suggested interest rates might need to rise to prevent an economic overheating.
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