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Investors More Sensitive
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Investors More Sensitive

Investors will likely be more sensitive to economic data in the coming week as stocks received a big dose of “good news is bad news” last week, after a better-than-expected jobs report was blamed for a drop in the market, MarketWatch reported. Investors unloaded stocks after a positive jobs report hinted the Federal Reserve could begin hiking rates sooner than later.

 

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