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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary
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Although we expect higher prices over the next few years, a return to that level of inflation is unlikely.
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Inflation fears were the primary catalyst for Wednesday’s market drop.

Market Snapshot

Liz Ann Sonders shares her perspective on the U.S. stock market and economy in this monthly Market Snapshot video.
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Stocks remain hamstrung, driven by inflation/rate concerns.
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Copper was one of the hardest hit commodities when the COVID-19 pandemic surged in early 2020.
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Special purpose acquisition companies—also known as blank-check companies—have gained immense popularity since the beginning of 2020.
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Despite a very weak employment situation in April, equities shrugged off the data and hit another new high. But there are many signs that the risk of a pullback has grown. Traders should remain on high alert.
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The pace of inflation—from below 2% to greater than 4%—has a big impact on the performance of various asset classes.
The president has proposed a series of tax increases, but can they make it through Congress? What should investors be watching for?
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The stock market has been generally cheering strong economic data; but history shows that boom economic conditions may already be largely priced in.
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