Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Oct. 18 – Bloomberg

Malaysia Assets May Extend Rally as Impasse Ends, Analysts Say
Australia’s Watchdog Freezes Two Perpetual Funds Over High Risks
ECB’s Schnabel Signals It May Be Too Soon to Slow Rate Hikes
Latest Jumbo Hike Puts South African Rates at Five-Year High
Zimbabwe Gives First Details of New Mining Royalty Policy
Twitter Loses Entire Brussels Office With Regulators Looming
Mercedes Unveils $1,200 Annual Subscription to Make Its Cars Go Faster
Twitter to Restore Suspended Accounts From Next Week, Musk Says
Amazon Faces Black Friday Protests, Strikes in 40 Countries
Tesla Opens Floodgates for Owners to Test Out Automated Driving
Khan’s Showdown Protest in Pakistan to Put Investors on Guard
Panic Buying in Beijing as Covid Surge Spurs Creeping Restrictions
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Fidelity to Join Mutual Fund-to-ETF Club With $430 Million Flip
Neymar Injured, Richarlison Scores for Brazil At World Cup
Ghana Coach Slams Ref After Ronaldo’s Record World Cup Goal
Apple’s China Strife Is a Problem of Its Own Design
Brazil Misses Out on World-Cup Betting. What’s India’s Wager?
Middle Managers Deserve Our Thanks
Apple’s Reliance on China Grows Perilous With Chaos in iPhone City
The Robot Tractors Are Coming, Just as Soon as We Crush a Few Bugs
Elon Musk Keeps Quoting Elon Musk About His Genius
Adidas Launches Probe Into Claims Rapper Ye Mistreated Staff
A Powerful New Tool for Fighting Unequal Pay in the City
Berlin Airport Briefly Halts Flights as Protesters Occupy Runway
Germany Sets Windfall Tax at 90% for Clean Power Generators
Thailand’s Cannabis Industry Clouded as Legal Threats Emerge
A Skyscraper in Jakarta Offers Lessons for Quake-Prone Indonesia
CityLab’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide
FTX Invoked by Canada Banks Group in Call for Payment Safeguards
Revisiting the “Magic Money Box” After the FTX Collapse
Apollo Plans to Offer a New Fund on Blockchain With Fintech Figure

Stocks continued their rebound from nearly oversold levels as traders took solace from a solid start to the corporate-earnings season even as central banks remain on hawkish footing.
After almost giving up all of its gains, the S&P 500 notched back-to-back gains to start the week. Futures extended the advance in late trading after Neflix Inc. delivered a surge in subscribers. Its shares jumped more than 13% as of 4:40 p.m. in New York. The biggest ETF that tracks the Nasdaq 100 advanced more than 1%. United Airlines Holdings Inc. climbed 7% after reporting its results.

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