U.S. stocks eked out a third straight advance, while Treasuries were mixed as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s latest comments did little to alter views on Federal Reserve policy. The US Dollar fell. The S&P 500 gained for a second week after the Fed chief’s last comments before the Sept. 18 policy meeting cemented views that the central bank will cut rates. Tech shares weighed on major averages amid fresh antitrust concerns, with the Nasdaq composite ending the day lower. Stocks rose earlier after hiring data signalled a strong labour market that is not too strong to deter further easing. The two-year Treasury yield edged higher, while the 10-year rate fell. The US Dollar had its fourth straight decline. Oil erased losses to turn higher.

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