S&P 500 closes below a key bullish trend line for the first time since June, signaling bearish tilt

The broad-market S&P 500 index closed below it is a short-term trend line for the first time since mid-June, signaling that a bearish turn is taking hold of the U.S. stock market ahead of the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee meeting next week.
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