The stock and bond markets were closed last Monday to observe the Juneteenth federal holiday.
Stocks experienced brief rallies throughout the week, but not enough to overcome corresponding troughs that ultimately dragged the major benchmark indexes lower.
U.S. stocks tumbled with their biggest losses in three weeks, and Treasury yields rose by 20 basis points as inflation continued to push higher.
Investors swallowed modest losses last week as the stock market served up another disappointing performance. Each of the benchmark indexes listed here lost value…
Stocks closed higher last week, ending a seven-week slide. More upbeat corporate news and favorable economic data helped quell investor angst, at least temporarily.
In another volatile week of trading, stocks fell for the seventh consecutive week.
Despite a late-week rally, stocks closed last week lower, extending the market’s streak of losses to six consecutive weeks.
Stocks ended last week lower, marking the fifth consecutive week of losses.
The major indexes fell, with about 90% of S&P 500 stocks losing ground and every major market sector closing in the red.
Wall Street closed lower last week as investors weighed mixed earnings data against increased certainty of aggressive interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve.