Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Dec. 1 – Bloomberg


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Bloomberg Markets European Open kick starts the trading day, breaking down what’s moving markets and why. Francine Lacqua and Tom Mackenzie live from London bring you an action-packed hour of news no investor in Europe can afford to miss.
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iPhone City Maintains Plant Curbs as China Tweaks Covid Approach
EU to Conduct Stress Test at Twitter as It Warns Musk on Rules
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Support for Scottish Independence Rises to 49% in Latest Poll
Brothers Who Made Billions on US Pharma Firm Revamp Health Bets
Sam Bankman-Fried Says He Has ‘Close to Nothing’ Left After $26 Billion Wipeout
Star Israeli Chef Eyal Shani Enters Gulf Market With Dubai Restaurant
Audemars Piguet Reintroduces an Unusual Wandering Hours Watch
Rishi Sunak Is Full of the Wrong Kind of Wind
US Takeovers Are Hot Stuff – Provided Buyers Can Afford Them
Freedom on a Blank Page and in a Lock of Hair
How a Ruling Family Tipped Sri Lanka Into Economic Free Fall
The Avatar Sequel Is a Make-or-Break Moment for Disney’s $71 Billion Fox Deal
FTX’s Collapse Validates Gary Gensler’s Crypto Skepticism
William and Kate Sit Courtside at NBA as Palace Race Row Overshadows US Visit
One in Five UK Families Struggling to Pay for Water, Ofwat Says
Flood-Risk Database Seen Helping Australia Face Climate Change
Winter Chill Coming to Europe Will Challenge Energy Systems
NYC Subway Rides May Cost $2.90 Next Year in Proposed Fare Hike
Buying Weed at an NYC Bodega? Watch Out for E. Coli, Salmonella and Lead
An Architecture Critic’s Street-Level Take on a Restless Metropolis
Bankman-Fried’s Latest Crypto Advice Rings Hollow After FTX Failures
Here Are the Key Takeaways From Bankman-Fried’s DealBook Summit
These Crypto Players Are Struggling After FTX’s Collapse (Podcast)

Global stocks extended gains on Thursday and the dollar slipped to a three-month low, after fresh signs emerged of a softening in China’s Covid stance and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell confirmed the pace of interest rate hikes was set to slow
Europe’s Stoxx 600 index rose as much as 1.1%, while a gauge of global shares touched a three-month high. US equity index futures were little changed, a day after Powell’s comments lifted the rate-sensitive Nasdaq by 4.5% and helped the S&P 500 close out November with a second month of gains for the first time in more than a year.


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