Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Oct. 20 – Bloomberg

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It was another down day for stocks, with Treasury yields climbing amid hawkish remarks from Federal Reserve officials and swaps pricing in a 5% peak policy rate in 2023. The pound wavered after Liz Truss resigned as UK prime minister.
The wariness around economic challenges has been so pronounced that it doesn’t take much to see the S&P 500 dropping at least 1% after posting a rally of the same magnitude earlier in the day. It happened again Thursday, with the gauge seeing intraday swings of that size in both directions for the 16th time in 2022 — the most for any year since the financial crisis.

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