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U.S. equities finished mixed, with the Financials sector leading the laggards, despite a sharp rise in Treasury yields, in the wake of mixed results from Dow member JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo & Company.
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After a two-day bounce from a lackluster start to 2022, U.S. equities finished lower, as the recent rebound for Information Technology issues broke down.
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U.S. equities managed to add on to yesterday’s gains as consumer price inflation showed a modest increase month-over-month, and the year-over-year headline figure came in line with expectations but near a 40-year record.
After beginning the day lower, U.S. equities finished to the upside, as investors appeared to take testimony from Fed Chair Jerome Powell in his confirmation hearing in stride.
U.S. equities were able to bounce off the worst levels of the day to finish mixed in what has been a bumpy start for 2022.
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