S&P In Bear Market for First Time Since March 2020

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The S&P 500 Index sank into a bear market on Monday with investors fearing that the Federal Reserve will need to hike interest rates more aggressively to fight inflation, even at the risk of sending the US economy into recession. Our team on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close” reports.

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