Stock Rout Leaves Traders Wondering How Worried to Be About Fed's Hawkish Turn

Stock Rout Leaves Traders Wondering How Worried to Be About Fed's Hawkish Turn

A small shift in language from Jerome Powell had major consequences for markets last week and has investors wondering how concerned they should be about the future. Indexes bounced around like popcorn, meme stocks spiraled lower and volatility gauges ...
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