Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Nov. 22 – Bloomberg


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China’s Covid Cases Rise as Big Cities Put Curbs on Movement
New Zealand Steps Up Inflation Fight With Record Rate Hike
Australia to Raise Key Rate to 3.6% to Cool Prices, Survey Shows
Singapore Sees 2023 Growth as Low as 0.5% Amid Global Headwinds
Mexico’s Emissions Pledge Seen as Political Move With US Trade Dispute 
Transcript Zero Episode 16: Fixing Climate Finance in Africa
China Buys Fewer Chip-Making Machines as US Restrictions Start
HP to Cut Up to 6,000 Jobs Over Three Years as PC Demand Falters
Twitter Restores Anti-Trans Accounts and Fuels Hate, Groups Say
Divisive Islamists Loom Over Malaysia Politics After Big Win
Malaysia Latest: Key Bloc Wants Time to Decide Who to Back as PM
Trump Had Losses of $900 Million in Two Years, Jury Told
Jeff Bezos Donates $123 Million to Help Fight Homelessness
Saudi Arabia Declares National Holiday After World Cup Win Over Argentina
Miami-Dade Asks for Right to Remove FTX Name From Heat Arena
Is a Wealth Tax Xi’s Answer to Fill China’s Empty Coffers?
India’s Data Protection Bill Has a Privacy Problem
Did the Fed Make a Fourteen-Year-Long Mistake?
US Is Focused on Regulating Private Equity Like Never Before
How to Make Your Company Accessible for Disabled Employees
Tech Layoffs Send H-1B Visa Holders Scrambling for New Jobs
Balenciaga Apologizes After Accusations It Sexualized Children in Ads
Big Investors Are Better Than Quotas at Getting More Women on Boards
Australia’s Extreme Weather Events to Worsen as Climate Warms
Goldman Sachs to Pay $4 Million SEC Penalty in ESG Fund Case
In Detroit, a Home for LGBTQ Youth Balances Being Seen With Being Safe
South America’s Resort for the Rich Seeks Year-Round Vibe
Berlin’s Beloved Transit Seat Design Escapes Legal Bind
Apollo Plans to Offer a New Fund on Blockchain With Fintech Figure
After FTX’s Collapse, Is Bitcoin Still Heading Into an Ice Age? (Podcast)
Coinbase Hits Record Low as Crypto Contagion Anxiety Intensifies

US stocks rallied on Tuesday as investors adjusted their expectations in response to Federal Reserve officials indicating that they’ll continue to raise interest rates but are open to slowing their tempo. 
The S&P 500 closed at its highest level since Sept. 12. The Nasdaq 100 rose more than 1%. Upbeat earnings from a handful of retailers including Best Buy Co. and Abercrombie & Fitch Co. boosted sentiment during the trading session. Nordstrom Inc., which reported lackluster results after markets closed, fell in late trading.


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