Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Oct. 26 – Bloomberg

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Insight and analysis of top stories from our award winning magazine “Bloomberg Businessweek”.
Highlights from a week-long virtual event bringing Bloomberg Businessweek magazine to life. Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec host a look back at the best interviews, discussions and more.
Silvergate Capital Shares Slide as FTX Fallout Attracts Short Sellers
Goldman Sees Holiday Sales Creating Volatility in Retail Stocks
Fed Economist Says Odds of Avoiding a Recession Have Risen
Ivory Coast Caps Pasta, Meat, Milk Prices to Fight Inflation
UK’s Workforce Health Crisis Hands Taxpayers £7.5 Billion Bill
P&G Won’t Rely on Acquisitions to Drive Growth, CEO Says
American-JetBlue Alliance Not Justified, US Argues as Trial Closes
Musk Summons Twitter Software Engineers to Friday Meeting
Elizabeth Holmes Faces Years in Prison for Her Crimes in Theranos Collapse
Musk Celebrates New Twitter Usage High as Engineers Flee
Trump Criminal Probes to Be Led by DOJ Special Counsel
Democrat Frisch Concedes Colorado House Race Against Boebert as It Goes to Recount
FTX-Free Parties for Good Causes Bring Out Griffin, Gray in NYC
Sam Bankman-Fried’s Island Haven Is Drawing Scrutiny After FTX Demise
These 10 Artworks Total $958 Million in Unprecedented November Sales
Taylor Swift Says ‘Excruciating’ to Watch Ticketmaster Meltdown
Whoever Tweets Last, Don’t Forget to Turn Off the Lights
Crypto’s Coffin Is Not Quite Nailed Shut Yet
The UK Already Has a Nasty Wealth Tax
Sears Limps Through What Could Be Its Final Holiday Season
Why Europe’s €2.75 Trillion Renovation Wave Is Falling Flat
A Nation in the Crosshairs of Climate Change Is Ready to Get Rich on Oil
World Cup Set Apart by Bid and Rights Controversies, Football Legend Says
Maersk Settles Rape Case That Exposed Struggles of Women at Sea
Biggest Win Yet at COP27? Calls to Reform Multilateral Lenders
EU Weighs Tighter Rules for ESG Funds on Greenwashing Concerns
New York Cannabis Farms Have $750 Million of Weed — and Nowhere to Sell It
NYC Wins Delay in Push for Federal Intervention at Rikers
How Civic Tech Got a Pandemic Upgrade
Sam Bankman-Fried’s Island Haven Is Drawing Scrutiny After FTX Demise
Crypto Whistleblowers in Line for Multimillion-Dollar Payouts
This Week in Crypto: All FTX, All the Time (Podcast)

Wall Street saw a session of twists and turns on Wednesday, with stocks snapping a three-day rally as earnings from megacap firms highlighted the toll the Federal Reserve, and consequently the surging dollar, had on the economy. 
The S&P 500 closed lower and the Nasdaq 100 fell more than 2%. Meta Platforms Inc. dropped 12% postmarket on a softer-than-expected revenue view and Ford Motor Co. also fell after it warned of a profit shortfall due to inflation. Snap Inc. and Pinterest Inc. also dipped in extended trading. 


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