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Stocks slid Tuesday while bond yields climbed to their highest levels since 2007 as the Federal Reserve’s two-day September meeting got going.

Shares of Amazon.com, one of the biggest stocks in the market, dragged down indexes with a near-3% slide.

Walt Disney’s $60 billion spending plan was not well-received: Its stock traded more than 3% lower, weighing on the blue-chip Dow.

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Instacart (CART): The grocery-delivery company is set to make its stock-market debut Tuesday. It set a price of $30 a share for its IPO, at the high end of expectations, on Monday.

Arm Holdings (ARM): The chip designer’s stock fell 5%, building on the previous session’s losses after a hot IPO last week.

Cboe Global Markets (CBOE): The stock rose after CEO and Chairman Edward Tilly resigned from the options-exchange company.

AutoZone (AZO): The auto-parts retailer’s stock fell 2%, despite the company posting quarterly earnings and sales that beat estimates.

Ford Motor (F), General Motors (GM), Stellantis (STLA): in GM and Stellantis moved higher, while Ford was about flat. The United Auto Workers union threatened to widen its strikes.

Block (SQ): Shares fell more than 2% following the news that the chief executive of Block subsidiary Square was stepping down. Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of parent company Block, is taking over the role.

Nio (NIO): The automaker’s stock fell more than 10%. The company late yesterday announced plans to raise money by issuing new convertible bonds.



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