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Stock market news today: Indexes slip after big weekly gain – Markets Insider

US stocks slipped Monday after the S&P 500 soared 5.9% last week for its best week since June while cryptocurrencies tried to rebound. 
Stocks rallied last week after the Labor Department reported a cooler-than-expected increase. But Fed Governor Christopher Waller cautioned against celebrating too early.
“The market seems to have gotten way out in front on this,” Waller said Sunday at a talk in Sydney, hosted by UBS. “Everybody should just take a deep breath — calm down. We have a ways to go yet.”
Bitcoin and ether edged up as the CEO of Binance pledged to create a recovery fund for crypto projects that need liquidity in the wake of FTX’s collapse.
Here’s where US indexes stood as the market opened 9:30 a.m. on Monday: 
Meanwhile, markets continue to digest the changing political landscape. 
“While the House is still up for grabs, it seems we could be headed to a divided government, which may be welcomed news for the market,” Chris Larkin, managing director at E*TRADE from Morgan Stanley. “A divided government may be more market-friendly than one controlled entirely by the Democratic party, since the latter was more likely to result in government spending programs with the potential to feed inflation and keep the Fed on a hawkish path.”
Here’s what else is going on today: 
In commodities, bonds, and bitcoin:
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