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U.S. stock prices advanced last week as investor sentiment improved for risk assets. Investors have been concerned that companies would report less favorable earnings and analysts would be forced to lower expectations for growth next year.

U.S. stock prices regained traction as investors reacted positively to some prominent earnings reports and signs that the Federal Reserve might slow its pace of interest rate hikes.

U.S. stock prices continued their slide lower as investors grappled with turmoil in UK financial markets and inflation data that paved the way for the Fed to continue their hawkish monetary policy.

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