The major U.S. stock indices were mixed as longer-term interest rates continued climbing. While the mega-cap DJIA and the large-cap S&P 500 managed weekly gains and NASDAQ and the Russell 2000 dropped, it is worth noting that both the DJIA and S&P 500 are ahead of NASDAQ on a YTD basis – and that hasn’t happened in quite some time.
- Stock Markets Drop as Debt Ceiling Fight Comes into Focus and 11 Million Jobs Remain Open
- Inflation on the Rise
- Unfilled Job Openings Hit a 48-Year Record High
- Markets March to New Highs as Congress Writes a $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill
- Manufacturing Running High But Lack of Labor and Supply Issues Rampant