Wall Street roars back on robust jobs report, dovish Powell remarks


Wall Street rebounded on Friday after a strong payrolls report and remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that suggested the central bank would be flexible with monetary policy. All three major US stock indexes more than regained ground lost in Thursday's broad sell-off, rising more than 3 percent and setting up the indexes to post weekly gains at the end of the first, tumultuous week of the new year.

Technology stocks led the charge, jumping 4.3 percent, bouncing back from the prior session's worst day for.

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