Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Nov. 25, 2022 – Bloomberg

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A gauge of Asian equities fell amid a subdued tone in markets on Friday after Thanksgiving in the US. Treasuries rose as trading resumed after the holiday. 
Hong Kong-listed technology stocks led declines in Chinese shares as investors weighed recent gains against an upswing in Covid-19 infections and lockdown-like restrictions affecting swathes of Beijing. 

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