NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks have gotten off to a shaky start on Wall Street and some concerns about protests in China over that country’s tough COVID restrictions are dispelling. The S&P 500 oscillated between small gains and losses early Tuesday, as did the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Small company stocks were mostly higher. Energy stocks rose as crude oil prices surged about 2%. Hong Kong’s benchmark index rose more than 5% overnight, with other Asian markets also gaining.