The stock market posted small losses last week despite a very strong showing by corporate America.
Overcoming a COVID-related economic growth scare, stocks moved higher amid a week of strong corporate earnings reports.
Stocks managed small gains as investors wrestled with concerns over economic growth prospects and a rise in COVID-19 infections.
Strong employment reports and rising consumer confidence sent the stock market broadly higher last week.
New messaging from the Federal Reserve on interest rates and inflation last week led to a broad retreat in stock prices.
Stocks ended the week mixed as investors appeared to shrug off a hotter-than-expected inflation report.
A strong, but not too strong, employment report sparked a rally on the final day of trading, propelling stocks to a modest gain for the week.
Optimism over the economic reopening and renewed enthusiasm for technology and other high-growth companies powered the stock market higher last week.
Stock prices fluctuated amid inflation concerns and bargain hunting, leaving stocks mixed for the week.
A surge in consumer inflation unsettled investors, leading to a turbulent week of trading on Wall Street.