Investment Figures Of The Week
COMMENTARY An uncomfortably high producer price index raised inflation fears again. On Sept. 9, the bond market suffered through one of its worst days this year. Not even a more subdued consumer price index, reported on Sept. 13, could repair the damage. For the week, interest rates rose across the board. Given the turmoil in bonds, stocks performed well. The Dow Jones industrials finished slightly in the black; the S&P 500, slightly in the red. Small-cap and OTC issues made small gains as well.
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