US stocks slip after hitting records last week as investors eye January inflation data


US stocks edged lower on Monday as investors prepare for the release of January inflation data. The January CPI report will be released on Tuesday, and investors are looking for a continued decline in inflation. So far 67% of S&P 500 companies have reported earnings, and overall 81% of those companies beat profit estimates. US…

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