Stocks on Wall Street were little changed Wednesday after a wide recovery spurred by technology firms faded by late afternoon, leaving the market barely altered a day after a massive sell-off.

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The disappointing end capped a shaky morning for equities, the latest instability in the market as traders anticipate more earnings reports from major U.S. corporations this week.

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The S&P 500 lost most of its noon rise and ended the day with only a 0.2% gain. After the tech market rally faded, the Nasdaq finished just in the red. The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 0.2%.

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The indexes rallied to a strong finish late Monday only to slump on Tuesday. They are all down 1.5% or more so far this week.

The S&P 500 rose 8.76 points to 4,183.96, while the Dow added 61.75 points to 33,301.93. The Nasdaq slipped 1.81 points to 12,488.93.

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Smaller company stocks lost ground. The Russell 2000 fell 6.44 points, or 0.3%, to 1,884.04.

Investors reviewed the latest batch of company earnings Wednesday, including results from several big technologies and communications companies.

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Software giant Microsoft rose 4.8% after reporting strong profits for its most recent quarter. Payments processing giant Visa jumped 6.5% after reporting a surge in profits fueled by a large jump in spending on the company’s namesake credit and debit card network.

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Alphabet, Google’s parent company, fell 3.7%, after posting its slowest quarterly revenue growth since 2020. Facebook’s parent company, Meta Platforms, jumped 14.6% in after-hours trading following its latest quarterly earnings, which topped Wall Street’s estimates.

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Investors were also focused on earnings from industrial companies and various retailers. Boeing slumped 7.5% after it reported a loss that was far worse than Wall Street expected. Chipotle rose 2.6% after reporting solid financial results. Twitter, Apple and Amazon will report their results on Thursday.

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Bond yields have generally been rising throughout the year as investors prepare for higher rates. The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to 2.83% from 2.77% late Tuesday.