U.S. stocks traded lower on Monday as the stock jumped, posting higher and higher than US treasury yields.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average hovered near the flat line. S&P 500 lost 0.1%. Meanwhile, the 10-year treasury production grew by more than 1.6% and the 30-year yield exceeded the 2% mark by 0.4% on tech-heavy Nasdaq Compost.

Tesla Shares fell 4.5% following the weekend Twitter exchange Between CEO Elon Musk and Senator Bernie Sanders, Musk said he would be willing to sell more shares. Mask It sells for about $ 7 billion Tesla stock price last week.

However, the role of the Nasdaq member Dollar Tree Activist investor Mantle Ridge rose 13 percent after reporting on Friday. It took at least $ 1.8 billion It motivates him to work harder to add value to the stock chain and to the shareholder.

Last week, inflation continued to rise sharply, with workers reporting more economic news last week.

That information “adds to the concerns that 30-year-old inflation could be a staggering challenge for businesses, consumers and monetary policy makers over the next four to six months or more,” John Stultzfus, chief investment strategist at Oppenheimer Asset Management, said in a statement on Monday. They said. Many strategists, including Stoltsfes, say they expect inflation to ease.

Stoltzfus added: “Positive recessions are likely to hit the US economy right now, because the economy may be in a state of overcrowding.

The body of David Boeing Saudi Arabia is up 5 percent following reports that it is in talks with Airbus and Boeing to order a larger jet. At the same time, the Emirate announced that it has ordered two Boeing 777 trucks for the 2021 Dubai Air Show.

Shares are disappearing a week later last month. Consumer price index It is the largest annual increase in more than three decades. The main midfielders have a five-week winning streak.

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In addition, the Department of Labor reported 4.4 million employees They quit their jobs in SeptemberIn general, you can get something better than a sign. Consumer confidence, however, plummeted to a 10-year low in November, as consumers seemed to be overwhelmed by cash and became increasingly worried about inflation.

The October CPI jumped 6.2% a year ago, 5.9% higher than economists estimate by Dow Jones. The Consumer Basket Index has increased by 0.9 percent per month and is warmer than expected.

This week, investors will see how much retailers spend when retail sales fall on Tuesday, and house numbers will arrive on Wednesday with a new start-up and construction permit. This will be a busy week for the Federal Reserve, with many officials scheduled to speak during the week.

The main averages are not far from the record. The Dow is the biggest drop of 1.2% ever. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are up 0.8% and 1.5%, respectively, away from their records.

On Monday, President Joe Biden will host a bilateral bill signing ceremony for infrastructure investment and labor law.