Wall Street's main indexes have all tumbled to close well down as rattled investors continued to reposition themselves amid fears the US Federal Reserve's hawkish rate policy will help tip the country's economy into recession.The Dow narrowly avoided ending more than 20 per cent lower than its January 4 record all-time closing peak of 36,799.
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The local market is expected to take another blow this morning after Wall Street fell even further on its Friday session. This is your Monday morning wrap.
Wall Street has slid deeper into a bear market, with the S&P; 500 and Dow closing lower as investors fretted that the Federal Reserve's aggressive campaign against inflation could throw the US economy into a sharp downturn.After two weeks of mostly steady losses on the US stock market, the Dow Jones Industrial Average confirmed it has been in a bear market since early January.
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The local market is expected to lift slightly this morning despite another negative session in the US overnight. This is your Tuesday morning wrap.