Wall Street was downbeat last week. Rising rate worries and recessionary fears were the key concerns.
June was marked with rounds of steep selling for U.S. stocks that resulted in huge demand for inverse or inverse-leveraged ETFs.
The month of November proved to be volatile for the U.S. stock market given rising inflation, a surge in COVID-19 cases and Fed's taper talks.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: MJIN, NRGD, WANT, BZQ and MJ
Wall Street was mixed last week with the S&P 500 (up 0.32%), the Dow Jones (down 1.4%), the Nasdaq Composite (up 1.24%) and the Russell 2000 (down 2.85%) displaying a mixed performance.