Wall Street falls as jobs data suggests Fed hikes not over

The New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, in New York. Stock indexes closed mostly lower Friday after a roller-coaster day following a blockbuster report on the U.S. jobs market that offered both good and bad news for Wall Street.(Julia Nikhinson, AP File)

The New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, in New York. Stock indexes closed mostly lower Friday after a roller-coaster day following a blockbuster report on the U.S. jobs market that offered both good and bad news for Wall Street.(Julia Nikhinson, AP File)

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