Stocks Close Lower as 10-Year Yield Hits Record High, Investors Eye Earnings

Stocks closed lower Monday as investors eye earnings, inflation, rising rates, and more. The 10-year Treasury yield reached its highest level since late 2018, leaving investors worried about rising rates and concerned about a potential recession. Earnings season is also kicking into high gear this week as big tech names, airlines, and other companies report their latest quarterly results. Steve Sosnick, Chief Investment Strategist at Interactive Brokers, joins Closing Bell to discuss today's close, how the Federal Reserve will balance inflation versus recession risk, how the war in Ukraine could continue to impact markets, and more.
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