What will it take to dent this Teflon stock market? Here’s how to invest, meanwhile.

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What’s it going to take to knock the U.S. equity market off-kilter? After the prospect of a collapse of a giant Chinese property developer saddled with some $300 billion in debt saw blue chips put in their worst one-day decline in two months on Monday and the Federal Reserve confirmed on Wednesday it will soon start tightening monetary policy, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the week higher. Along the way the S&P 500 index booked its worst daily fall in four months and momentarily dipped below its 50-day moving average before closing out Friday with a respectable weekly gain, as did the Nasdaq Composite Index The week’s narrative included the Federal Reserve finally confirming it is going to wind down its bond purchase program, implemented during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic last year, now that the economy is recovering, and also signalling an eventual rise in interest rates, though Fed Chairman Jerome Powell pushed back against the idea that
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