Nasdaq Composite rises 1.1% after sinking into correction and the broader stock market attempts Thursday turnaround

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U.S. stock indexes rose Thursday morning, with the benchmarks staging a modest rebound:

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U.S. stock indexes rose Thursday morning, with the benchmarks staging a modest rebound:

U.S. stock indexes rose on Thursday, staging a modest rebound after an equities selloff tied to a surge in bond yields pushed the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite...

Wall Street was digesting corporate earnings but also poring over economic reports for guidance on the health of the economy and the investing market that has been buffeted by the prospect of higher interest rates.In U.S. economic, first-time jobless claims unexpectedly rose by 55,000 last week to 286,000, compared with expectations for 225,000, likely reflecting the effect of the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing index rose to 23.2 in January from 15.4 in December.

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What to Watch Today: Stocks Set to Open Higher After Nasdaq Entered Correction TerritoryU.S. stock futures bounced Thursday, one day after the Nasdaq finished in correction territory.

Nasdaq enters correction territory as stocks close lowerWall Street has had a rocky start to the year: Stocks again finished lower Wednesday and the Nasdaq Composite closed in correction territory, defined as a minimum 10% drop from its high. Fuck Biden.

Japan Markets Set to Rise as Nasdaq Closes in Correction Territory; China to Release Loan Prime RateShares in Japan were set to rise, even as Wall Street fell with the Nasdaq closing in correction territory, and U.S. yields retreated after rising this week.

What to Watch Today: Stocks Set to Open Higher After Nasdaq Entered Correction TerritoryU.S. stock futures bounced Thursday, one day after the Nasdaq finished in correction territory.

Nasdaq enters correction territory as stocks close lowerWall Street has had a rocky start to the year: Stocks again finished lower Wednesday and the Nasdaq Composite closed in correction territory, defined as a minimum 10% drop from its high. Fuck Biden.

Shanghai bourse asks STAR Market companies to disclose ESG detailsThe Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) said on Thursday it has asked companies listed on the Nasdaq-style STAR Market to disclose environmental, social and governance (ESG)-related information in their annual reports.

U.a sweeping pair of voting rights bills and stymied proposed changes to the chamber's rules after months of wrangling over how far Congress needs to go to protect U.New York (CNN Business)Wall Street has had a rocky start to the year: Stocks again finished lower Wednesday and the Nasdaq Composite (COMP) closed in correction territory, defined as a minimum 10% drop from its high.30-year Treasury bond fell 2 basis points to 2.

S. stock indexes rose Thursday morning, with the benchmarks staging a modest rebound after an equities selloff tied to a surge in bond yields pushed the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite into correction territory a day ago. democracy. Wall Street was digesting corporate earnings but also poring over economic reports for guidance on the health of the economy and the investing market that has been buffeted by the prospect of higher interest rates.2%, 10. In U. 6 Capitol riot.S.K.

economic, first-time jobless claims unexpectedly rose by 55,000 last week to 286,000, compared with expectations for 225,000, likely reflecting the effect of the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. (CNBC) STOCKS TO WATCH.So what is spooking the market?Read MoreThere's plenty going on. The Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing index rose to 23.2 in January from 15.4 in December.8% for the first time since before the pandemic. Meanwhile, markets also are paying attention to geopolitical worries, with Russia stationing troops along the border of Ukraine.

In corporate news, shares United Airlines Holdings Inc. UAL, -2.Bond yields and prices move inversely to each other.03% of American Airlines Group Inc. AAL, -3.24% rose after both reported narrower-than-expected losses and amid omicron. Investors don't expect these to start until March.

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