Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Nov. 28, 2022 – Bloomberg


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Source: Bloomberg

Shares tumbled while the dollar and Treasuries climbed as growing unrest in China over Covid restrictions sent a shiver through global markets.
Chinese equities led the share-market declines, with weakness also evident in Australia, Japan and South Korea. US futures dropped as modest customer traffic and heavy discounting by American retailers on Black Friday added to the downbeat tone.


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