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U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, extending a selloff into its third session, as investors digested the possibility of more aggressive monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve and monitored the war in Ukraine.

The S&P 500 fell 0.4%, a day after the benchmark gauge fell 1%. The selloff Wednesday followed the release of minutes from the Fed that showed central bankers considered raising rates by a half-percentage point at their March meeting, higher than the quarter-point increase with which they proceeded.   

Source: WSJ

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