US stocks were higher on Wednesday, with technology shares and Amazon driving gains ahead of minutes of the Federal Reserve’s most recent policy meeting.
The S&P and the Dow slipped after six straight days of gains, hurt by disappointing quarterly results from Walmart and a rise in bond yields.
US stocks swung between losses and gains as lower US crude oil prices and disappointing earnings reports from Kraft Heinz and other companies sapped momentum slows.
Wall Street’s pull back from the recent sell-off was set to continue as investors went bargain-hunting for the 5th day in a row, brushing aside fears of rising inflation.
US stocks fell as strong inflation data fanned fears of faster interest rates hikes, while an unexpected fall in Jan retail sales raised concerns about economic growth.
Wall Street’s main indexes were down about a third of a percent, falling for the first time in three sessions as caution crept in ahead of crucial data on inflation.
Global investors cut equity holdings by the most in 2-years in Feb, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey showed, as world shares had their worst week since early 2016.
Technology and financial shares led Wall Street’s three main indexes more than 1 percent higher on Monday, attempting a recovery from their worst week in two years.
If US inflation does accelerate, markets could see Treasury yields get above the 3% level that several investment banks had set as their year-end target.
Wall Street’s three main indexes rose more than 1 percent, bouncing back from a steep selloff this wk that pushed the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 into correction territory.
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