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Stocks declined, ending a 3-day winning streak and pulling the S&P 500 back below 2,000, as concerns about Ukraine overtook upbeat economic reports.
Stocks slid as NATO said there was an increase in Russian forces near Ukraine and after Fed Chair Janet Yellen urged caution in raising interest rates.
Stocks rose as a rally in airlines and biotech firms led gains across the board and investors anticipated an easing of geopolitical tensions.
Stocks meandered as investors sorted through developments in Ukraine and considered two derailed deals.
Stocks dropped, as further sanctions against Russia overshadowed upbeat earnings from corporations including pharmaceutical giants Merck and Pfizer