Stocks swerve up and down as economy, yield pressure heat up

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are swerving through another rocky ride Friday, as investors struggle to figure out what an encouraging report on the economy and the recent march higher for bond yields should mean for the market.The S&P 500 was 0.7% higher in early afternoon trading, after spinning nearly 360 degrees earlier. At the start of trading, it had jumped to an immediate 1% gain, only for it all to disappear within a half hour and disintegrate into a 1% loss.Other stock indexes went through similar…

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