TMajor indices rebounded from a two-session slump today, as several “reopen” stocks gave the market a boost as a whole. The Dow ended the day up 316 points, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 also landed firmly in the dark, even if the big name fell. Netflix (NFLX) pressure peers at home. Small-cap companies are also enjoying impressive gains today, as shown by the Russell 2000 Index (RUT), which jumped more than 2%. Overall, investors will continue to keep an eye on corporate earnings, as well as recent market volatility.
Read on to find out more about today market, including:
- Behind this stock of health insurance solid quarterly report.
- Welbilt’s billion dollar redemption is making waves.
- In addition, the sustainability report of this infrastructure name; Recent RS record; and Verizon’s stock is sliding alongside subscribers.
the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI – 34,137.31) pink 316 points, or 0.9% for the day. IBM (IBM) topped the blue chip list for the second day, adding 3.9%, while Procter & Gamble (PG) fell to the bottom of the list, losing 0.7%.
Meanwhile, the S&P 500 Index (SPX – 4,173.42) won 38.5 points or 0.9% for the day, while the Nasdaq Composite (IXIC – 13,950,22) nailed on 164 points, or 1.2%.
Finally, the Cboe volatility index (VIX – 17.50) fell by 1.2 points, or 6.3%.
- With Earth Day coming tomorrow, Biden plans to unveil two key initiatives involving climate change. (MarketWatch)
- According to Yelp Data, 2021 is off to an encouraging start with the opening of new businesses. (CNBC)
- An analysis of the Arcosa stock after its sustainability report.
- A look at this name of the metals department before tomorrow’s profits.
- The mobile phone operator files a optimistic quarterly report.
Gold closes near 2-month high
Oil futures fell for the second day in a row and to their lowest level in a week as rising Covid-19 cases put pressure on demand in India. The June contract fell $ 1.32, or 2.1%, to $ 61.35 a barrel.
On the flip side, gold futures surged for the second day in a row, amid rising Covid-19 cases, to stabilize at their highest level since February 24. Gold dated June added $ 14.70, or 0.8%, to come in at $ 1,793.10. an ounce.
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