Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for May 3, 2022 – Bloomberg

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Chasing Stocks Back in Vogue From Big Managers to Options Geeks
Amazon Accuses FTC of Harassing Bezos in ‘Burdensome’ Probe
Meta Pulls Out Familiar Playbook Ahead of US Midterms
Big Tech Helps Big Oil Pump More, Belying Climate Pledges
Argentina Plows Ahead With Utility-Subsidy Cuts Key to IMF Deal
America’s Winter Lettuce Hub Set to Bear Brunt of Water Cuts
Fleming’s Rockefeller Aims to Double Number of Adviser Teams
Billionaire Larry Ellison Lists $145 Million Estate in North Palm Beach
Pirates’ Castro Suspended 1 Game for Phone Flap, He Appeals
AP Sources: Tiger to Meet With Top Players Against LIV Golf
Walmart Says We’re Gonna Be Okay
Adam Neumann’s Cult of ‘We’ Is Now the Cult of Web3
An Indian Restaurant’s Rise Mirrors Asheville’s
Women Are Smashing the Construction Industry’s Concrete Ceiling as Labor Shortages Leave a Void
Andreessen Horowitz Thinks It’s Time for Adam Neumann to Build
Texas Businesses Have an Incentive to Save Power—and Aid the State’s Electricity Grid
NBA Won’t Show Games on Election Night to Encourage Voter Participation
Amazon Labor Union Is Set to File for Election Near Albany
UK’s Iceland Lets Shoppers Pay for Food in Installments
Bill Gates and the Secret Push to Save Biden’s Climate Bill
Drought-Ravaged States Face Another Round of Water Cuts 
Beleaguered Brooklyn Jail Blasted By Candidates in Crowded N.Y. Congressional Race
Car Owners Say It’s ‘Virtually Impossible’ to Find Street Parking in New York City
Chicago Music Festivals Bring Revenue — and Tension — to City
Bankrupt Crypto Lender Celsius Considers Financing Proposals
Fed Says Banks That Jump Into Crypto Must Do Legal Homework
Kraken CEO Scorns ‘Unconstitutional’ US Shutdown of Tornado Cash

Stocks faced another volatile session, with traders awaiting more clues on whether the Federal Reserve will be able to pull off a soft landing that brings down inflation without triggering a recession.
After several twists and turns, the S&P 500 closed higher, led by gains in economically sensitive shares like commodity producers and banks. Small caps also climbed, while technology companies underperformed. Treasury 10-year yields stabilized amid speculation that the worst of the bond-market selloff may be over even though the Fed’s monetary-policy tightening is only just getting underway. The dollar fell.