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The S&P 500 rose as markets prepared to close out a miserable week, month and quarter

The S&P 500 rose as markets prepared to close out a miserable week, month and quarter

Stocks were volatile on Friday as traders looked to close out a terrible week that came in Standard & Poor’s 500 to a new low in 2022.

The S&P 500 rose 0.55%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 52 points, or 0.18%, while the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.02%.

A closely watched inflation report by the Federal Reserve released on Friday showed that Prices continued to increase at a rapid pace.

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Lyle Brainard on Friday Emphasize the need to reduce inflationHe said the central bank was “committed to avoiding a premature rollback” of restrictive monetary policy.

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Stocks sold out on Thursday, with the Dow losing more than 1%, and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite both dropping more than 2%. Investors weighed their concerns about future Fed rate hike decisions and their impact on the market.

These losses put the major averages in line with the sharp weekly losses. The S&P 500 is down 1% for the week. The Dow was down 1.1% and the Nasdaq was down 0.2%.

“The market is smelly,” said Jimmy Cox, managing partner of Harris Financial Group. “But that’s basically what the Fed wants: to tighten financial conditions, and they think that will help bring inflation down to levels they see as acceptable. And they’re using the market transmission mechanism to make that happen.”

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Friday also falls on the last day of the month and the third quarter. For September, the S&P 500 and Dow were down more than 7% each through Thursday’s close. This would be the Dow’s worst monthly performance since March 2020 and the biggest one-month drop for the S&P 500 since June. The Nasdaq is heading for its biggest monthly loss since April, losing 9.1%.

Quarterly so far, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq are heading for their first three consecutive quarters of losses since 2009, losing 4% and 2.7%, respectively. The Dow fell 5.4% in the third quarter and is on track to post a third consecutive quarter of loss for the first time since 2015.