Sentiment wavered this week between concerns about new waves of Covid-19 infections around the world and optimism prompted by promising economic data.
Futures are edging up at the end of a choppy week for stocks.
U.S. stocks turned lower on news reports that President Biden is considering nearly doubling capital-gains taxes on the wealthy.
Stock futures paused as jobless numbers ticked down and ahead of new earnings.
The Dow and S&P 500 bounced nearly 1% after consecutive down days. but both benchmarks finished shy of their records.
Stock futures are ticking lower.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed lower. extending their losses as investors assess blue-chip companies’ profits and sales prospects.
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Netflix and Harley-Davidson are among the companies due to report quarterly results.
Investors are looking to a volley of blue-chip earnings this week after sending major indexes to records on Friday.
U.S. stocks kept moving higher. ending the week with gains. after another volley of blue-chip earnings and more signs of economic growth.