Wall Street jumps on hopes of US$2 trillion stimulus

Wall Street, Trillion

Wall Street jumps on hopes of US$2 trillion stimulus

Wall Street, Trillion

24.3.2020

Wall Street jumps on hopes of US$2 trillion stimulus

S&P 500 futures hit their daily upper trading limit on Tuesday, rebounding from another brutal session caused by investor panic over the rapidly ...

Share this content Bookmark REUTERS: Wall Street jumped at the open on Tuesday as signs that Washington was nearing a deal on a US$2 trillion economic rescue package gave a shot of optimism to markets reeling under the biggest selloff since the global financial crisis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1,130.26 points, or 6.08per cent, at the open to 19,722.19. The S&P 500 opened higher by 107.04 points, or 4.78per cent, at 2,344.44. The Nasdaq Composite gained 335.47 points, or 4.89per cent, to 7,196.15 at the opening bell. Advertisement (Reporting by Sagarika Jaisinghani in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur) Source: Reuters Read more: CNA

Wall Street falls as US Fed fails to assuage coronavirus worriesNEW YORK (REUTERS) - Wall Street slipped on Monday (March 23) as the still rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more US states into lockdown, eclipsing optimism from an unprecedented round of policy easing by the Federal Reserve.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore shares rise at Tuesday's open after Wall Street rout; STI up 3.7%SINGAPORE shares made a small recovery at Tuesday's open, after the Straits Times Index (STI) tumbled 8.3 per cent on Monday, its largest single-day fall since Oct 24, 2008. Read more at The Business Times.

Historic Fed boost fails to stop Wall Street's coronavirus-driven sell-off Wall Street 's slide deepened on Monday as the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more U.S. states into lockdown, overshadowing unprecedented ...

Explainer: How the Fed's latest move will get money to Main StreetThe U.S. Federal Reserve said on Monday it would backstop an unprecedented range of credit for households, small businesses and major employers in ...

Historic Fed boost fails to stop Wall Street's virus driven sell-off Wall Street 's slide deepened on Monday as the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more U.S. states into lockdown, overshadowing unprecedented ...

US: Wall St slides as Fed boost fails to assuage virus worries[NEW YORK] US stocks opened lower on Monday as a brief spurt of optimism from an aggressive credit boost by the Federal Reserve was overshadowed by the still rapidly spreading coronavirus pandemic. Read more at The Business Times.



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