US market opens at slightly lower losses, after S&P 500 slid Monday into Bear Market zone
S&P 500 has moved into Bear Market territory for first time since 2020, when pandemic was at its worst
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
U.S. stock futures rose slightly Tuesday, signaling muted gains for major indexes after the S&P 500 closed Monday in a bear market for the first time since 2020, according to news reports.
Futures tied to the S&P 500 added 0.3% after tumbled 3.9% on Monday, the Wall Street Journal reports. Nasdaq-100 futures climbed 0.6%, indicating the potential increase in the value of technology stocks after the U.S. markets open Tuesday morning. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures edged up 0.2%, the newspaper also reports.
Just News, No Noise
- Old case over audio tapes in Bill Clinton's sock drawer could impact Mar-a-Lago search dispute
- COVID vaccine trials document birth defects, lost pregnancies, FOIA requests reveal
- 44% of pregnancies lost during Pfizer COVID vaccine trial, company says vax not to blame
- Exiled Putin critic found dead in DC neighborhood
- Former NIH whistleblower: Political motives of entrenched bureaucrats harming public health