Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for May. 24, 2022 – Bloomberg

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Imran Khan’s Street Politics Sets Up Showdown With Pakistan Army
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A 129-Foot Superyacht Worth Millions Sinks Off the Italian Coast
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Jerry Allison, Drummer for Buddy Holly, Dead At 82
China’s Water Crisis Is Three Crises in One
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Biden’s Student Loan Plan Neglects Older Borrowers
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Female Board Representation in Australia Struggles to Crack 35%
Absence of Kobe Bryant Crash Photos Shows No Harm, LA County Attorney Says
Black Workers Seeing Above-Average Wage Gains After Pandemic Hit
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McDonald’s Nabs Pepsi Executive to Lead ESG Efforts
Former NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio Gets 477 Votes in a Race He Quit
White House Pledges ‘Stability’ Vouchers for Homeless and At-Risk People
Cities Funding Abortion Access Battle State Leaders Against It
Alameda Co-CEO Trabucco Steps Down From Crypto Trading Firm
Ethereum ‘Bug Bounties’ Jump to $1 Million Before Software Upgrade
Voyager Gets Bankruptcy Court Approval on $1.6 Million in Key Employee Bonuses

Stocks pared losses as a rebound in defensive companies offset a slide in technology shares triggered by a profit warning from Snap Inc.
Gains in sectors such as utilities and consumer staples pushed the S&P 500 off from session lows. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 underperformed. Snapchat’s owner tumbled over 40%, leading declines in companies that rely on digital advertising. Homebuilders slumped after a disappointing report on new US home sales. Separate data showed business activity softened.


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