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    Stock Market Today: June 17, 2021
    William G. Ferguson  |  06/17/2021
    The major equity averages are looking at a lower opening today. This comes on the heels of a volatile session, which saw the market sell off into the afternoon, when the Federal Reserve released its monetary policy decision, and then hold a portion of those losses into the closing bell. The bearish mood is a reaction to the FOMC statement, which showed that the central bank may consider raising rates sooner than expected, with perhaps two monetary tightenings ahead of the timeline provided last year.
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    Stock Market Today: June 16, 2021
    John E. Seibert III  |  06/16/2021
    Looking to the day ahead, eyes will likely be on the U.S. Federal Reserve monetary policy announcement this afternoon. The U.S. equity futures are a mixed bag, suggesting an uneven start to the trading day.
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    Stock Market Today: June 15, 2021
    Adam Rosner  |  06/15/2021
    The U.S. stock market performed unevenly yesterday. Looking to the upcoming session, the equity futures are flat-to-up modestly, implying a slightly favorable start to the day. No doubt, the U.S. economy is in recovery mode, as the coronavirus pandemic finally seems to be under control. Overseas, however, the health crisis is far from over in some countries, and that could weigh on the global economic outlook.
    Market Daily Updates
    Stock Market Today: June 14, 2021
    William G. Ferguson  |  06/14/2021
    The trading week on Wall Street will begin with investors looking for direction. The most recent five-day stretch proved to be a rather blaze affair, with the major equity averages never straying too far away from the neutral line and finding resistance any time they tried to make a move higher.
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    Stock Market Today: June 11, 2021
    Robert Mitkowski  |  06/11/2021
    The bulls have won another round in the debate over whether rising inflation is transitory or not. That is apparent as the major stock market indexes moved up, even after clear signs of rising consumer prices.