S&P 500 set to dip after bumper session as virus threat rages on

After the White House and Senators agreed on a deal to aid businesses and millions of Americans hit by the health crisis, futures briefly surged but soon reversed course as traders said much of the stimulus had been priced into financial markets. On Tuesday, the Dow Jones had soared over 11% in its best day since 1933, while the S&P 500 jumped 9.4%, recouping about $1.8 trillion in market value. “It’s too early to be positive,” said Andrea Cicione, head of strategy at TS Lombard. …read more

Source:: Yahoo Finance


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