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Dow ends lower as Treasury yields jump ahead of Fed decision By Investing.com

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Investing.com — The Dow closed lower Tuesday, as Treasury yields rose to their highest level in more than a decade on fresh inflation concerns as investors awaited the Federal Reserve monetary policy update due Wednesday.

The fell 0.3%, 106 points, fell 0.2%, and the  fell 0.2%.

Treasury yields close at more-than-decade highs as countdown to Fed decision begins

The and Treasury yields closed at their highest levels since 2006 and 2007, respectively, amid ongoing signs of economic growth and fresh inflationary fears following the recent spike in oil prices.

The recent climb in the oil prices comes just as the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day meeting that is expected to culminate in unchanged rate decision on Wednesday.

But the updated summary of economic projections, which will accompany the decision is likely to “undergo “meaningful revisions,” Deutsche Bank said.

The projections are likely to show upgrades to “growth and the labor market and a downward revision to inflation, at least in 2023,” it added.

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The targeted strikes at all three American auto companies, now entering the fifth day, got underway on Friday after the United Auto Workers rejected a labor deal tabled by automakers, calling it “inadequate.”

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Disney said it has more than 1,000 acres of land to potentially develop into theme park space.

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