Stocks end lower in volatile session as labor-market strength keeps pressure on the Fed to hike interest rates


US stocks fell Tuesday, marking a second straight decline for Wall Street’s major averages. Stocks fell after JOLTS data showed an unexpected rise in job openings while the Fed has been working to cool the labor market and inflation. A smaller-than-expected rate hike by the Fed could ignite a surge in stocks, says JP Morgan….

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