Stock market news lives updates: Stocks slide to 2022 lows amid renewed recession concerns


U.S. stocks sank Thursday as investors weighed the potential economic costs of the Federal Reserve’s ongoing fight with inflation. The S&P 500 fell by 3.25% to 3,666.77, its lowest level since Dec. 2020. It also erased gains after rising 1.5% on Wednesday. The Nasdaq Composite plunged by more than 4%, bringing the index down by…

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