How concerned are you that ongoing stock market volatility punctuated by several recent selloffs will help push the country into a recession?

SPECIALIST STEPHEN NAUGHTON works at his post on the New York Stock Exchange trading floor in March. Stock market volatility has increased amid rising interest rates intended to help slow down runaway inflation. COURTESY COURTNEY CROW/NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE VIA AP
After several down sessions the Dow Jones industrial average closed up 932 points, or 2.8%, on May 4. The S&P 500 jumped 3% and Nasdaq composite index gained 3.2%. But investors’ relief was short-lived, as a May 5 market selloff saw the Dow give back all of its gains from the previous day. The S&P…

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