US stocks struggled on Tuesday as investors nervously watched an acceleration in COVID-19 cases globally.
US stocks rose Tuesday, sidestepping concerns about rising inflation and a recommendation to pause use of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine.
Consumer prices rose 0.6% in March, the Labor Department reported Tuesday, fueled by an economy rebounding from the pandemic recession.
The S&P 500 and Dow retreated from record highs as investors mulled over volatile swings in stocks linked to the Archegos fallout.
US stocks dipped at the open Tuesday as the rally stalled amid new block trades related to the fallout of Archegos Capital Management.
The S&P 500 closes above 4,000 for the first time as Wall Street embraces the $2 trillion infrastructure plan championed by President Joe Biden.
US stocks rose Thursday as Wall Street appeared to embrace President Biden's plans for $2 trillion in infrastructure spending.
Investors are awaiting details on Biden's planned infrastructure spending bill. The 10-year Treasury hit a 14-month high and consumer confidence spiked.
US stocks were slightly lower on Tuesday, and the yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to a 14-month high.
Investors heaved a sigh of relief after a quarter marked by immense volatility and cautious optimism, especially with Joe Biden's next stimulus plan.
US stocks opened higher on Wednesday as investors waited for the reveal of President Biden's multi-trillion dollar infrastructure plan.
US stocks dropped Tuesday, with the Dow sliding over 300 points on concerns of rising virus cases hobbling the economic recovery.
US stocks fell Tuesday on worries that rising coronavirus cases in Europe will hurt prospects of global economic recovery.
US stocks rose after the Federal Reserve said it will keep monetary policy supportive of the US economy's recovery from recession.
Tech stocks slid on Wednesday as markets wait for what the Federal Reserve will say about the economy and interest rates.
US indexes were mixed Tuesday as investors anxiously awaited comments from Fed chair Jerome Powell at the conclusion of the two-day meeting on Wednesday.
US stocks opened mixed on Tuesday as investors await guidance from the US central bank on the direction of interest rates this week.