4 economic reports the market cares about most next week, including a fresh look at inflation

A view of grocery store in Washington DC, United States on February 14, 2024. 

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Wall Street ended the week lower, despite the S&P 500 notching an all-time closing high Thursday and the Nasdaq Composite hitting an intraday record Friday before dropping more than 1% in the session. The Dow Jones Industrial Average registered its worst week since October, falling 0.93%. The S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq lost 0.26% and 1.17%, respectively.