Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Nov. 29 – Bloomberg


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BOE Governor Bailey Says UK Gilt Market Still Not Back to Normal
Energy Chief Says OPEC+ Should Consider Fragile Global Economy
Canada’s Economy Starts to Sputter as Housing Investment Plunges
German Inflation Eases, Boosting Calls for Slower ECB Hikes
BOE’s Mann Says UK Inflation Expectations Drifting Toward 4%
Germany Poised to Loosen Immigration Rules for Skilled Workers
Hedge Fund Strategy That Lured $1 Billion This Year Comes to Europe
Twitter Says It Stopped Policing Covid Misinformation Under Musk
Cyber Monday Sales On Track to Break Record Despite US Inflation
Apple’s Historic Buyback Keeps Investors Captivated
US Is Sending Ukraine $53 Million to Help Repair Electrical Grid
UK’s Shapps Says He’s Confident in UK Gas Supplies This Winter
A Powerful New Tool Transforms How Billionaires Give Fortunes Away
Juventus Fix Shows Agnelli Heir’s Power Over Billionaire Clan
Gonzaga’s Brutal Slate Continues With No. 6 Baylor Up Next
Apple Music Reveals Top Music in 2022 And Listener Charts
Juventus Lays Bare Soccer’s Rotten Finances
Migrant Workers Face Worse Choices Than Building World Cup Stadiums
How Trump Could Win the 2024 Republican Nomination
Tesla’s Lithium Lead at Risk as Rivals Make Supply Deals
More Men Are Staying Out of the Workforce to Care for Kids
How to Keep Your Investments Halal
Texas Bill Would Cut Tax Breaks for Firms That Pay for Abortions
Billionaire Adani Leads Race to Remodel World’s Biggest Slum
Tom Montag Returns to Wall Street in Carbon Venture With TPG
New Australia Coal Projects to Increase Methane Emissions by 19%
Seattle-Area Tribe Tries to Fight Reservation Gentrification
It Takes a Village to Map the Urban Heat Island Effect
The Lowly Boxcar Can Make Your City a Better Place to Live
India to Test Retail Version of Digital Rupee in Thursday Launch
Why Some Investors Refuse to Give Up on Metaverse Land
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Stocks fluctuated, with traders weighing the outlook for Federal Reserve policy and prospects that China could move faster in loosening Covid curbs that prompted protests in a number of cities.
The S&P 500 swung between gains and losses, while the dollar fell with bonds. Inc. is looking to sell investment-grade bonds for general corporate purposes. US-listed Chinese shares climbed as officials vowed to speed up Covid shots for the elderly and avoid excessive restrictions, fueling a new round of bets that Beijing is bending to pressure for a reopening.


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