Wall Street started cautiously, awaiting key inflation data later in the week. The Dow dropped marginally by 0.03%, the S&P500 dipped slightly by 0.04%, and the Nasdaq saw a modest increase of 0.03%.

The market remained choppy, with mixed results. The Dow decreased by 0.02%, the S&P500 rose by 0.1%, and the Nasdaq gained 0.3%.

The release of hotter-than-expected Consumer Price Index data raised concerns about interest rates, leading to a decline across the board. The Dow fell by 1.1%, the S&P500 by 1.0%, and the Nasdaq by 1.1%.

Stocks closed with mixed results as investors analyzed the latest Producer Price Index data. The Dow saw a marginal decrease of 0.01%, while the S&P500 increased by 0.7%, and the Nasdaq surged by 1.7%.

Interest rate concerns intensified, compounded by mixed big bank earnings, causing a sharp decline. The Dow, S&P500, and Nasdaq all fell significantly by 1.2%, 1.5%, and 1.6% respectively.

It marked the second consecutive week of losses for the major indices.

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