Investors groping for the bottoming out of the U.S. stock market, which has been turbulent since the beginning of the year-Bloomberg

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As we approach the end of May, the previous weekThe US stock market has stopped its weekly continuous depreciation. Investors have speculated that the worst market downturn has come out of the year.

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There is no doubt that the market has been so troublesome this year. The S & P 500 Index has fallen about 13% year-to-date, the sharpest drop since 1970. Behind this is concern about recession as US monetary authorities aiming to curb inflation move aggressively to tighten. Rising interest rates have made technology stocks and growth stocks less attractive, with the Nasdaq 100 index declining at about 22%, the highest ever.

However, it weakened the hawkishness of multiple U.S. financial officials.Remarks and solidPrivate consumption and bright corporate performance have given investors hope, and the S & P 500 class on the 27th was 2.5% higher than the previous day.

The sale of tech stocks is also settling down somewhat. However, the rate of decline of the Nasdaq 100 index from the November highs of last year reached nearly 30% at one point, the sharpest decline since the time of the global financial crisis. After rising on the 27th, it shrank to 23%.

Nasdaq 100's bear market at its low was the worst since the global financial crisis

Investors have also been plagued by high volatility. According to Strategus Securities, the S & P 500 has 89% of all trading days so far this year with a daily volatility of more than 1%.

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S&P 500 is off to its wildest start to a year since 2008

Source: Strategas Securities, LLC

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