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Major stock indexes have swung to losses on Wednesday afternoon, erasing gains from morning trading.

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The S&P 500 was recently down 0.8%.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 224 points, or 0.6%.

The Nasdaq Composite shed 1.1%.

The 10-year Treasury yield edged higher to 3.871%

while trending stock today were;

Tesla: The electric carmaker’s stock added 2.8% premarket, recovering some ground after its shares tumbled in regular trading Tuesday. Tuesday’s loss came after the company on Saturday extended a production shutdown in Shanghai, and added to a recent run of losses for the stock.

XPeng: U.S.-traded shares of the Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer ticked up 0.1% premarket after falling earlier in the session. XPeng shares had fallen in Hong Kong, amid a broader selloff in Chinese auto stocks, as Covid-19 outbreaks across China halted vehicle production.

Southwest: Shares of the airline declined 1.1% premarket, as fallout continues from its holiday storm meltdown. On Tuesday, Southwest canceled 65% of its scheduled departures, according to data from FlightAware.

Nvidia: Shares of the chipmaker fell 0.3% premarket, putting it on pace to extend a recent stretch of losses. Nvidia stock has fallen in eight of the last nine trading sessions, amid waning consumer demand for its videogaming chips.